Martensen and Campbell Create Cocktails at Bailey’s

A Very Young Campbell

by Crave Staff

We love a good press release, but not nearly as much as we appreciate our friends Michael Martensen and Lucky Campbell who have gone in cahoots with Bailey’s Prime Plus to revamp their cocktail menu.  This only means great things for the Dallas cocktail landscape.  And hey, Lucky, you have our number.  You can call us when you do this stuff, dude. 

Read on for the heavy details.

Bailey’s Prime Plus at the Shops at Park Lane will launch a new craft cocktail menu on May 26, featuring artisanal cocktails created by local celebrity barmen Mike Martensen and Eddie “Lucky” Campbell.  And you know we love our Garden Gimlet. 

 Bailey’s new handcrafted cocktails are inspired by the classics using fresh ingredients and premium spirits to create a balanced cocktail with a modern twist.Bailey’s Craft Cocktail Menu:

Femme Fatale Martini Prosecco, Grapefruit Bitters, Crème de Violette, Edible Gold Leaf
Garden Gimlet Hendrick’s Gin, Fresh Basil, Cucumber Ginger, Lime
Southern Belle Grey Goose, Texas Honey, Lime, Angostura Orchard Apricot Liqueur & Champagne
Margarita Matadores Skinny Margarita with Ambhar Reposado Ginger Agave & Orange Blossom
Amante Sour Barsol Pisco, Egg White, Lime, Peychaud’s Bitters & Fresh Berry Cordial
Jasmine Jasmine Infused Bombay Gin, Lemon Kumquat & Soda
Buckshot Maker’s Mark, Texas Peaches, Lime Peychaud’s Bitters & Ginger Beer
High Maintenance Cryovac Infused Cantaloupe Milagro Tequila, Pink Peppercorn, Grapefruit, Sea Salt Mezcal-Melon Foam
Rock-n-Rye Old Fashioned House Made Rock-n-Rye with (ri)1, Lemon & Orange Oils, Angostura Bitters
Padrino Flor de Caña 7yr Aged Rum, Lime, Pineapple-Sage Vermouth, Falernum & Cherry Heering
Bailey’s Brandy Alexander Courvoisier VS, Crème de Cacao, Vanilla Ice Cream & Tia Maria Soaked Whipped Cream

The elegant and opulent design of the Bailey’s Lounge makes it the perfect place to relax and enjoy a decadent cocktail. Contemporary chandeliers hang above dark wood floors and Venetian lounge seating, while coveted curved banquettes offer couples a cozy spot to take in the live entertainment. Guests can enjoy live music and dancing in the lounge every Friday and Saturday night.

To compliment their new cocktail program, Bailey’s will offer an extended happy hour Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. until July 1in the Bailey’s Lounge with $5 house wines, $2 off signature cocktails, $2 off domestic beers and all items on the Bailey’s bar food menu are $8. Regular happy hour will resume July 5and will feature $5 house wines, $2 off signature cocktails, $2 off domestic beers and all items on the Bailey’s bar food menu are $8, Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The new craft cocktail menu is currently only available at the Dallas-The Shops at Park Lane location. Bailey’s Prime Plus, The Shops at Park Lane, 8160 Park Lane, Suite 130, Dallas, Texas.

For additional information visit or call 214-750-8100.


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2 responses to “Martensen and Campbell Create Cocktails at Bailey’s

  1. Robert Bostick

    A photo of Lucky without a hat! 😀

  2. I had to dig.

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