Geordie's at Wrigley Mansion Re-Opens for New Season With New Chef (and We've Got the Menus)

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With summer slowly, sloooooow-ly, on the way out, among the most excited for its departure might be The Wrigley Mansion.

The historic landmark typically takes a break during the summer to freshen-up its eighty-year-old hilltop structure and grounds. But this year, The Wrigley re-opens on Wednesday, September 12, with new executive chef Stephan Germanaud -- and ergo, a new menu.

The French-born Germanaud, whose former gigs include the Phoenician, Vincent on Camelback, Carefree Station, and the Boulders in addition to running his own restaurants like Backstage Bistro and Bar in Scottsdale and N-Fusions French Bistro in Sedona, started this spring, replacing chef Chad Bolar.

Both chef Germanaud and Paola Embry, Wrigley's CEO and co-owner of Christopher's & Crush in the Biltmore Fashion Park, have stated the new lunch and dinner menus will reflect the California/Mediterranean style of the Mansion with Germanaud adding it will be "fresh, simple, light, and affordable."

Geordie's at The Wrigley Mansion will reopen for tours, lunch, and dinner on Wednesday, September 12. The Champagne Brunch will resume on Sunday, October 7, with a revamped menu by Germanaud.

For reservations, call the front desk at 602-955-4079 or make them online via Open Table.

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