Baileys' Restaurants Group
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About us
Our family of restaurants and event spaces, like many families, is diverse in taste, style & personality. From quirky & bright to chic & subdued, our goal is always to provide every guest with a uniquely memorable experience. Our roots can be traced back to 2004 with the opening of Baileys’ Chocolate Bar in historic Lafayette Square. From there we opened – more... Rooster Downtown (2006), Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar (2010), Baileys’ Range (2011), The Fifth Wheel Catering (2012), Small Batch (2013), Rooster South Grand (2014), Willow (2016), Slate (2016), and POP (2019).

With a strong focus on seasonal ingredients, sourcing locally, responsibly-raised meats & sustainable practices, our team strives to stay true to our “farm-to-table” mission. Our chefs smoke whole hogs, bake all of our breads & pastries from scratch, and make every sauce & dressing… down to the catsup! And thanks to our small but mighty Micro-Farm - 14,500 square feet of hyper-productive garden space spread across four city lots surrounding our HQ - we tend to a variety of herbs, vegetables, flowers & even a collection of bee hives, for use in not only our dishes but community education as well.

Cheers to many more years of eating, drinking & supporting all things local.
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Written by Admin (Current Employee) from St. Louis, MO on August 28, 2018
Workplace culture is great. Management works hard to foster a company culture that encourages respect for others, empathy, compassion, etc. I typically work on a variety of different tasks and projects throughout the day, which keeps things exciting and challenging, which is nice.
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