The anticipated new restaurant, Bailey’s American Cuisine in the new Nebraskaland National Bank building, is scheduled to open on Thursday, Nov. 21, bank officials announced Friday.
The restaurant is at 1400 So. Dewey, inside the bank's new main building.
The restaurant offers a casual dining atmosphere with a unique spin on classic American Cuisine, organizers say. It will be open seven days a week, from 6:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.- 10 p.m. on Saturday, and 7-9 on Sunday.
The first floor dining area will offer casual atmosphere for breakfast, lunch and dinner with an open, family-friendly dining environment. A brunch buffet will be offered from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Sundays with special prices for kids and discounts for seniors and military, according to the bank's announcement.
The first floor dining room will also offer “The Switch” coffee shop with a drive-up window on the west side of the building. The Switch will open at Monday-Friday at 6:30 a.m. and stay open until 7 p.m. The hours are 7-7 on weekends.
Specialty and seasonal coffees as well as smoothies will be offered. The walk-in service will have Wi-Fi access.
Upstairs, the third floor dining area will be open for lunch and dinner and feature a lounge with a view. No reservations are required, but can be made by calling 308-221-6160 or online at opentable.com. No charge is required upon reservation.
The third floor will offer a full bar service where the guests will have access to the patio. A private meeting room is available on the third floor as well as a larger banquet room that is suitable for Christmas parties and other special events. Bailey’s will offer catering services.
The restaurant will also offer an outdoor patio that will provide additional seating in warm weather.
Bailey’s menus are online at www.baileysnp.com.
Bailey’s will host some ‘soft opening’ events before the public opening. Bailey’s will host their employees on Tuesday, Nov. 19. On Wednesday, Nov. 20, the restaurant will host NebraskaLand National Bank employees and their families. These events are closed to the general public.