Baileys' Chocolate Bar

Cozy and romantic nighttime spot with 40 martinis, light fare and award-winning desserts and drinks. Secluded, covered and heated patio. Open late seven nights a week.

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Latitude: 38.617498 Longitude: -90.212801 Elevation: 520 ft
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Hours Open

Mon-Sat 4pm-1am, Sun 4pm-midnight

Seasons Open

year-round

Price Style for this Establishment

Signature Martinis $9 Housemade Desserts $9

Eco-Friendly Notes

When this Lafayette Square restaurant re-opened with the name “Baileys'” in the early 2000’s, St. Louis hadn’t seen anything quite like it. Dave Bailey’s first restaurant began with the artisanal decor and from-scratch, locavore food culture he would eventually bring to his ever-expanding culinary empire. Today, used wine bottles find a second life as chilled decanters at each table, Ozark Forest mushrooms grace the pizzas, and staff is committed to recycling, composting, and reducing waste at every turn. Visit this place in the evening for delectable tapas, desserts, and cocktails. 5-star certified by the Green Dining Alliance--an initiative of St. Louis Earth Day. 

Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes

The Baileys’ family of restaurants started in 2004 by David Bailey with the opening of the first restaurant, Baileys’ Chocolate Bar, in beautiful and historic Lafayette Square. Family and friends cleaned up the space, painted the walls, and made the artwork.  Everything was done by hand and made from scratch, which is a continuing tradition. Since then, Dave Bailey has added Rooster, Bridge Tap House, Baileys’ Range, The Fifth Wheel @ 4Hands, The Fifth Wheel Catering, and Small Batch, as well as our newest location of Rooster on South Grand Blvd.

Baileys’ Restaurants is a St. Louis-centric company, employing more than 320 people and serving more than 500,000 customers each year. Not only are all of the Baileys' restaurants in the City of St. Louis, nearly all of the staff live and work here, furthering the restaurants' dedication to this great city.

Accessibility Notes

ADA accessible with use of on-sight ramp to the first floor. There are no ADA accessible restrooms.

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