Geordie's Restaurant & Lounge at the Wrigley Mansion
We welcome you to The Wrigley Mansion! The Wrigley is proof that the traditions of elegance and hospitality still exist. The Mansion maintains a well-deserved reputation as an exceptional location for... Read More
We welcome you to The Wrigley Mansion! The Wrigley is proof that the traditions of elegance and hospitality still exist. The Mansion maintains a well-deserved reputation as an exceptional location for social gatherings of all sizes as well as, large and small corporate events. In addition to you having your special event here at our home, we invite you to explore by taking a public organized tour, enjoy dinner and lunch in our elegant dining room, experience our award winning Sunday Champagne Brunch, or relax in our elegant lounge! Geordie's Restaurant & Lounge located within the Historic Wrigley Mansion offers an unmatched dining experience and unique lounge environment. Geordie's offers comfortable food in an elegant atmosphere where everyone is welcome! IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to zoning restrictions, WM must maintain a private club status w/ a $10 annual membership (fully donated to charity) - but don't let this discourage you from missing out on this breathtaking icon in Phoenix!The Wrigley Mansion is a breathtaking landmark located atop a hill above the Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix. The Mansion is available for your dining pleasure as well as for your special events. We offer banquet (social & corporate) events accommodating up to 1,500 people, and there is no better place to have a wedding than this grand mansion. The history of the Mansion and its ownership through the years will intrigue you, and the views are awe-inspiring. Browse through the site and see what the mansion has waiting for you inside. Built in 1932 by chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Jr., The Mansion sits atop a 100 foot knoll with commanding views of the mountains and the city below. Embracing elements of Spanish, California Monterey and Mediterranean architecture, The Mansion stands as a monument to an elegance and opulence seldom seem or experienced in one's everyday encounters.