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Geordie’s Steak restaurant and Geordie’s Lounge offers 360-degree city views with seasonal, Italian-accented menus for lunch, dinner and happy hour, including prime cuts of beef.

Wheelchair Accessibility Comments

  • This elegant, sprawling Italianate mansion built by William Wrigley, Jr., in 1929 is open for lunch, dinner, brunch and tours and is marginally wheelchair accessible (tours not accessible).
  • We came here for Easter Brunch in 2015 and dinner in April 2017 and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The food, service and elegance are among the best in Phoenix.
  • Accessibility is another issue but we love these old historic landmarks and the Wrigley Mansion has worked hard to make it relatively wheelchair accessible.
  • The mansion is located on top of a bluff with a steep drive up to the entrance. So valet parking in the only option here if you’re in a wheelchair. I’ve used their valet service for both my visits and they’re very proficient.
  • Although there are probably 30 steps at the front entrance, they have provided a relatively easy, long ramp up into the foyer.
  • To be seated comfortably in Geordie’s Restaurant they will put out a relatively steep temporary ramp and assist you down to avoid the 3-4 steps.
  • There are many accessible tables in Geordie’s. I’m not sure if the veranda tables are accessible.
  • Jamie Wine Bar is small but fully accessible and there are no steps or ramps required. You actually go through Jamie’s and down the 3-4 steps (use temporary ramp) to get to Geordie’s.
  • WARNING: The restroom is not very accessible: The entry door is narrow, the bathroom is narrow, the urinal cannot be accessed because it is reset into a small area, and the restroom stall is badly designed (1929) such that the stall door blocks full access to the toilet. It’s impossible to turn around anywhere in the bathroom so you’ll need to back out. And you’ll need help to open the door to return to the restaurant. The restroom is located just right of the check-in desk in the foyer. FYI – I managed to use the restroom in my 23 inch wide WC but it was extremely difficult.
  • That said, we’ve had a couple wonderful meals here and it’s a must visit Phoenix landmark! The views are spectacular!

Dining Experience

Wonderful restaurant

Restaurant Entrance Accessibility

Step free or easy ramped entrance

2 + Steps at entrance

Steep grade at entrance

Wide doorway entrance

Nearby Accessible Parking

Valet available

Restaurant Overview Accessibility

Step free or easy ramps on main dining level

Multiple steps to other dining levels

Many available tables

Bar Area: reasonably accessible

Wide clearance between tables

Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility

NO accessible restroom

Very tight restroom clearance

NOT able to turn WC 360 degrees in stall

Restroom stall NOT accessible

NO grab bars in stall

Restroom very clean

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