Dallas >Bailey's Prime Plus
GREAT, hidden GEM!.
To start off I would say that we didn't know what to expect from Baileys. My husband and I really like the higher end steak houses such as Nick and Sams, Capital Grille, Pappas...etc.
The decor is beautiful and stunning, I was really taken back by it. We went to the bar first for some drinks, ate dinner and back to the bar area. The live music was wonderful.
They also had some really great rooms for private parties which I will definitely utilize at some point. Whether its a night out with your girls or a romantic date night with your hubby, GO.
The food was good and you can't beat the ambiance.
I hope this places sticks around for a while. It's hidden but a GEM!
Good rings, good ambience, prices high. We had great steaks cooked well, attentive service, and a nice ambience on a dinner and a lunch visit. The onion rings are good, as well.
Didn't get to try the food. Reservation at 9:00 p.m. on Saturday to celebrate Valentine's Day... finally left the restaurant at 10:00 p.m. without an apology, explanation, etc. It wasn't like we just showed up hoping for a table! Very disappointed as I'd heard so much about the place and was excited to have a good steak place in the neighborhood. With so much restaurant competition in Dallas, why would a fairly new restaurant exhibit such poor planning on a busy Saturday night (and a "holiday" no less?). Sadly, it's doubtful my boyfriend will be convinced to give it a second try. It seemed the management was too worried about creating a place for the "pretty people" to see and be seen instead of worrying about creating a solid reputation as a good steak house.
A fancy chophouse lauds prime meats and sustainable seafood.. This Park Lane restaurant wows with every inch of its 12,000 square feet, a palace gleaming in marble, crystal and gold-encrusted decor and 1,000 wine bottles suspended in a glass case. In the main dining room, guests are seated in booths anchored by full-sized trees lined along a rectangular reflecting pool. The lovely ambience continues at the bar, where groups gather on Venetian red couches to drink, admire a 20-foot stained glass wall and relax to the sounds of a jazz quartet. The food complements the opulent setting, with standards like a cowboy-cut ribeye that is wet-aged for 28 days and sided with sweet potatoes with maple syrup, pecans and Bourbon butter.