Many of the Valley's finest restaurants are hidden among the suites of strip malls or inside concentrated dining hubs. Not Geordie's. Guests here dine at one of Phoenix's most stunning and historic sites: Wrigley Mansion, the 1932-built home of the gum tycoon William Wrigley Jr. The manse is also home to the James Beard Award-winning Chef Christopher Gross, who leads an experienced culinary team that plates European and Southwestern dishes like Black River Caviar, red wine and bone marrow radiatori, braised lamb neck, and the beloved chocolate tower. The extensive wine list offers more than 800 bottles, all selected by award-winning wine director Paola Embry. Also on the grounds are five private dining rooms, a cocktail lounge, and the exquisite Jamie's Wine Bar. But the best feature of Geordie's is the view. Wrigley Mansion sits atop a 100-foot hill, offering guests unmatched looks at midtown, downtown, Camelback Mountain, and Piestewa Peak. New Normal: As Gross prepares for the opening of Christopher's at the Wrigley Mansion, Chef de Cuisine Ashley Goddard has taken the reigns at Geordie's. Reservations are available via Tock.