Built by chewing gum magnate William Wrigley, Jr., the Mansion is now operated as a private dining club. This magnificent 1929 mansion has hand-carved ... More
Wrigley Mansion Club
Built by chewing gum magnate William Wrigley, Jr., the Mansion is now operated as a private dining club. This magnificent 1929 mansion has hand-carved doors and a hand-painted rotunda ceiling. Classic American lunch cuisine features Porcini-crusted Chicken Picatta and Spicy Cucumber and Fruit Salad, with seasonal fruits and served with cottage cheese or honey yogurt. For dinner, Sauteed Portabella Mushrooms are topped with Herbed Scallop and Lobster Tortellini, served with dill butter sauce. Lunches entrees range USD7-18; dinners USD18-USD32, plus membership fee (USD10).
I loved the delicious food. This place rocks! It is so homey and comfortable. It does not have a stuck-up atmosphere at all. It is a little expensive, but then again, you are paying to sit in a historical building. It's real cool. It is a great place to eat and visit!
My friends and family have been going here for years and have had held many events here in the past. I really enjoy the service here, but I think that they could do better on remembering their repeat guests.
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