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jeffaggy | Nov 14, 200806:15 PM     5

I know Bailey's has spoken on this board in a fairly good light and have enjoyed their food as well. While some said it was slipping and I would agree to some extent I still thought it was a good value and unique in that there are no good rib places in Rockland County.

While we normally dine in there, we do call in take out from time to time and when I called them today, they "warned" me that they raised the prices and people were complaining. I thought that was odd, I mean, how much could they raise things a dollar or two? I was told that the typical platter that order (which was normally $47) was raised to $60! The hostess was apologizing when she said the price and of course I hung up.

For Rocklanders who frequent this place, we should not go there, it is ridicilous. While the restaurant has been very popular and full, this is price gauging and complete stupidity from the BBQ master, Fink. Now I can see why his last 2 places closed.....

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