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The Bailey on Bree
Work your way through a 3-storey experience at Liam Tomlin’s newest hot spot
UPDATE: Chefs Warehouse is replacing the Bailey Bistro. Read more about it here.
Last updated: Monday, 6 June 2022
Liam Tomlin is behind yet another special offering coming to Cape Town's Bree Street. The Bailey is located opposite Tomlin’s original Chefs Warehouse site and is set in a 3-storey historic building. It boasts a café, brasserie, champagne bar and a whiskey bar.
The Bailey is centrally located across from Heritage Square. Image: Lara van Zyl
WORK YOUR WAY THROUGH THE 3-STOREYS
The Bailey is split into three levels with four different spaces – each with its own mood. Café Bailey is an all-day café perfect for a light breakfast or lunch, while Brasserie Bailey is slightly more polished with classic French dining.
If you’re in the mood for a cosy night out, The Bailey also has two in-house bars. Sip on bubbly and snack on oysters at the Champagne Bar, or opt for a glass of single-malt at the Old Bailey Whiskey Bar.
Café Bailey is decorated with plush couches and a statement chandelier. Photo: Lara van Zyl
WHEN + WHERE TO GO
Café Bailey is open: Monday to Saturday, 7am to 9pm
Brasserie Bailey is open: Monday to Saturday, 12pm - 9pm
Old Bailey is open: Monday to Saturday, 3pm till late
Find it: 91 Bree Street (opposite the old Chef's Warehouse) | Cape Town City Centre
Contact The Bailey on: Instagram: @thebaileyonbree
By Lara van Zyl
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