Happy Hour Deals: Wrigley Mansion

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It's tough to miss the buzz: A trip to The Wrigley Mansion can be soft on your wallet. But the oft-reported negotiable lunch ('pay what you think is fair') isn't the only deal on the menu.

During lunch, selected bottles of wine are half-price. And Tuesday through Saturday, the lunch special is offered from 11 to 3, which means you can make a soft transition from lunch to happy hour. Since the lunch is offered in both the dinning room and Geordie's lounge, we figure you should be able to stay for happy hour without leaving your seat.

Nice strategy, eh? But that's not all.

From 4 to 7, Friday and Saturday, the lounge offers $10 martinis and $5 beer. Select glasses of wine are also priced at $5.

The Wrigley Mansion is located at 2501 E. Telawa Trail in Phoenix

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