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Wrigley Mansion

528 Reviews

Wrigley Mansion

528 Reviews
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winepair wrote a review 14 Jan
Phoenix, Arizona159 contributions73 helpful votes
We were looking for a restaurant with a beautiful sunset view in Phoenix where we could eat outdoors. This place came up in our search and we were so pleased we found it. What a beautiful mansion with an outdoor dining terrace, and lovely rooms filled with antiques! They followed all COVID safety protocols, and were very welcoming. The service was exceptional, with well-informed friendly staff, BUT the food was even better. We started with the clam appetizer and a salad, and then had the osso buco and pasta for main entrees. All were very tasty with unique touches and beautifully presented. Since we arrived at 5pm to see the sunset at 5:30, we were there during Happy Hour, so we got some great deals on wines by the glass. The wine list is very eclectic with some fun wines, such as a dry Pedro Ximenez, which you can rarely find in the US market. Such a fun night! Will definitely return.
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Date of experience: January 2021
B0lder wrote a review 7 Jan
Bothell, Washington39 contributions16 helpful votes
Wife and I ended week long trip to Phoenix/Scottsdale area with a tour and afternoon high tea at Wrigley Mansion. Neither events disappointed! There was complimentary valet parking which we took advantage of. There are currently three offering of tour times; 10, 11 and noon. It’s reasonably priced and our group size was 6 plus the guide. Shout out to our guide, Kirsten, as she was animated in her presentation and talked about not only the history of the mansion but also some great stories about the Wrigley and Hormel families. We loved it! The hour went by very fast. After the tour we stuck around the mansion to soak up the atmosphere and for their afternoon tea. I think reservations are required and servings are only Thursday and Friday but check with the facility website for more details. Kenny and Landon did a great job of serving up a lovely 3 course afternoon tea of finger sandwiches, scones and deserts. You can choose your tea from an extensive list or they can pair your tea with the food course to get the best result. Food and tea were top notch and service was friendly and knowledgeable. During our tea we enjoyed wonderful piano playing on a one of a kind Steinway player piano from an amazing local talent, Mark DeCozio. If you want to know more about that piano you just have to go on the tour! It’s an interesting story and it still works as a player piano. Mark played beautifully and definitely added to the enjoyment of our experience. The one negative to the whole experience was the construction project of a new restaurant at the front of the facility. That sort of thing doesn’t really bother us but I do mention it as it might bother some. It sounds like it will be a remarkable addition to the facility when it’s complete but it definitely mars the view from the front and there is construction noise. Overall, great job Wrigley Mansion staff! Well done. Looking forward to coming back the next time we are in the area to check out your brunch and hopefully the new restaurant.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Karen B wrote a review Dec 2020
San Diego, California31 contributions23 helpful votes
Interesting tour & lots of relevant stories about Wrigley the entrepreneur & lover of baseball. Tour is reasonably priced, does not last too long, & is NOT strenuous since there is an elevator. However, if you don't do valet parking, be prepared for a moderately challenging uphill walk. It's not super far but can be strenuous for some. If you are the driver & don't mind the exercise, drop your fellow travelers at the door then drive back down, park the car & make the return hike. All worth it!
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Date of experience: December 2020
BeachLovinCityLivin wrote a review Dec 2020
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I had a lite dinner on the terrace just before sunset. Nice view of the city. After dinner, I enjoyed a self-guided tour of the mansion. Beautiful property!
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Date of experience: February 2020
Grouseflat wrote a review Nov 2020
Ogden, Utah3 contributions1 helpful vote
Yes, the mansion and the view were great, but this is a shout-out to the staff who were at all times helpful, friendly and gracious.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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