You might need a glass of vino to help pass time between courses -- the kitchen here can be excruciatingly slow. On one occasion the lapse between entrée and dessert was so long I wondered whether the desserts and the actual plates themselves were being made to order. The wait on a second visit occurred between starter and entrée; we meanwhile munched on soft, warm, underbaked whole-wheat baguettes.
Baires's dessert sampler is supposed to be for two, and the $10.95 price would seem to confirm that, but the caramel custard, raisin-flecked bread pudding, vanilla ice cream, alluringly sugar-caramelized crêpe, and swirl of dulce de leche can feed at least three or four -- which makes it, like everything else, a real deal. You can also treat yourself to a chocolate mousse, made with Callebaut chocolate, for $5.95.
Low prices, solid eats, amiable faces, and a relaxed, kicked-back setting
prove that Baires Grill is a leader, not a follower
Low prices, solid eats, amiable faces, and a relaxed, kicked-back setting prove that Baires Grill is ultimately a leader, not a follower. If you've never dined here, the sporty new crib presents a convenient excuse to give it a try.