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Bailey's on the Beach: 'Beachside' dining in Nob Hill
Thursday, 05 August 2010
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Photo by Wes Naman
By Kevin Hopper
Technically, Albuquerque has no beach — and Tingley Beach doesn’t count. However that didn’t prove to be an obstacle for longtime ABQ restauranteur Roy Solomon (505 Chile and c. 1980s Sunset Grille) from opening a beach-themed restaurant.
Complete with a rooftop surfboard bar and some of the best fish tacos in town, Bailey’s On The Beach (named after Solomon’s daughter) may soon become a local foodie haven. The refreshingly clean and well lit space, a former martial arts studio at the corner of Girard, Monte Vista and Central, is a brightly colored, three story studio style design complete with an adjacent unit that will soon house Solomon’s wine and chocolate bar, and two other levels that house studio vacation rentals (starting at $125/night).

The menu, available online at baileysonthebeach.com, is a well rounded affair boasting great breakfast items and everything from sandwiches to pasta dishes to burgers and dogs. Tip: the side of Tsunami Queso ($2) goes well with anything. The best part? Nothing on the menu is more than $8.

Bailey’s on the Beach
2929 Monte Vista NE, 505.717.2880
baileysonthebeach.com
 
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