Chef Christopher Gross, a James Beard Award-winning chef, is excited to announce the grand opening of his highly anticipated restaurant. Christopher’s at the Wrigley Mansion is finally set to open its doors to guests on March 23.
Chef Gross shares his love for gastronomy by offering a seasonally driven eight-course tasting menu, using the finest ingredients, after spending his life traveling and curating his love for food. In addition to the tasting menu, the restaurant will soon offer Christopher’s Classics on Sundays and Mondays, and a lighter tasting menu as the Bistro Lunch, Tuesdays through Saturdays.
With features designed by architect Wendell Burnett, Christopher’s will showcase a custom-built wood-fire oven, along with sophisticated artwork from the late Yves Klein, the creator of International Klein Blue. The space will also feature Arcosonti’s famous artisan Soleri Bells that have been modified into plate covers as well as custom dining tables set with drawers and personal lamps.
The restaurant is encased in floor-to-ceiling glass windows, giving guests 180-degree views, and features a retractable roof for guests to enjoy Arizona’s beautiful nights.
The restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m., offering the eight-course tasting menu for $250 per person, and optional wine pairings for $230 per person. To make a reservation, click here.