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Bailey's owners proud of old-world charm

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The restaurant was billed as an old-world, British-style steakhouse when it first opened, and 43 years later, filet mignon, rack of lamb and prime rib (served with Yorkshire pudding) are still the kitchen’s bread and butter.

  • Bailey's Restaurant & Lounge on Lombard Avenue opened in 1971.

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    Bailey's Restaurant & Lounge on Lombard Avenue opened in 1971.

  • The Board of Governors Room.

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    The Board of Governors Room.

  • The main dining room on the second floor of Bailey’s.

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    The main dining room on the second floor of Bailey’s.

  • The main dining room on the second floor of Bailey’s.

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    The main dining room on the second floor of Bailey’s.

  • Leo Groumoutis in the Winter Garden Room at Bailey’s. Groumoutis started working at Bailey’s as a dishwasher when he was a teenager. He is now co-owner, with his brother, George.

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    Leo Groumoutis in the Winter Garden Room at Bailey’s. Groumoutis started working at Bailey’s as a dishwasher when he was a teenager. He is now co-owner, with his brother, George.

  • Famous steak sandwich at Bailey's Restaurant & Lounge

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    Famous steak sandwich at Bailey's Restaurant & Lounge

  • Main floor library dining room.

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    Main floor library dining room.

  • Front entrance coat of arms for  Bailey's Restaurant & Lounge.

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    Front entrance coat of arms for Bailey's Restaurant & Lounge.

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