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28699 Old Town Front St. (Third St.) Send to Phone
951-676-9567 | Menu
A touch of formality in the rustic Temecula wine country, Baily's offers a well-executed, wine-friendly menu with eclectic ethnic influences.

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Baily's Restaurant Review

: This may not be St. Helena, but after a day of tasting in the rolling vineyards of the Temecula Valley and browsing for antiques in Old Town, you might believe --- at least for a fleeting moment --- that you're in the Napa Valley. The second-floor Baily's, owned by local Baily Vineyard & Winery, is one of the more formal restaurants in Temecula, with candlelit, white linen-draped tables generously spaced in several intimate, art-filled rooms. Starters include an inventive tiger shrimp cocktail served with homemade whiskey cocktail sauce, and a velvety butternut squash soup drizzled with crème fraîche. For main courses, consider the signature salmon Wellington in a basil-cream sauce or chicken schnitzel in a creamy lemon-caper sauce. The wine list extends far beyond the immediate surroundings, offering interesting and reasonably priced bottles from around the globe. The Baily family's more casual restaurant, Front Street Bar & Grill, sits on the ground floor of the same building. Note that the After Eleven club promotion takes over both levels on Friday and Saturday nights after 10 p.m., with a $5 cover charge after 11 p.m.
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