Geordie's Lets You Decide How Much to Pay

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What's a fair price to pay for lunch at Geordie's Restaurant & Lounge at the Wrigley Mansion?

The question is more than just food for thought -- it's something you'll actually need to figure out if you dine at the restaurant in the near future. Believe it. They're letting customers shell out whatever they feel the meal is worth.

For now, this attention-grabbing concept will be a month-long experiment that starts on March 31. If all goes well and they can cover their costs, Geordie's will extend the promotion.

Lunch service runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. 

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