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Walk by Bailey’s Backyard at 23 Bailey Avenue, and it has all the appearances of a closed restaurant. But on some days you can hear the sounds of change.
Owner Sal Bagliavio, who opened the restaurant 13 years ago, and his new executive chef, Forrest Pasternack, are refreshing the place, the menu, and the concept into an American farm-to-table restaurant.
Mr. Bagliavio, working with Mr. Pasternack, are reopening Bailey’s this spring, possibly by Mother’s Day, featuring cuisine made from local ingredients, and with a new decor.
“The menu will change seasonally and change again within seasons — depending on what is available,” Mr. Bagliavio said. “I have wanted to do this for a long time, and in Forrest, I have found someone I can stand with and carry out my goal.”
Mr. Pasternack, who attended Ridgefield High School, graduated from the Culinary Institute of America and has worked in New York City with some of the best modern chefs in
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