Vicky's of Santa Fe
Open 7 Days a Week
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday: 4:30-11pm
Happy Hour 4:30pm-6:30pm | Dining Rooms 5:30pm-10pm | Live Music 6:30pm-Close
Where to go and who to know in Indian Wells is Vicky's of Santa Fe. Known for its exceptional food, generous portions, and high energy live music. First opened with an original five entrée menu, Vicky's menu has grown to over twenty entrée items plus an unbeatable bar menu and nightly specials.
The menu covers all the bases -- Prime Steaks, Seafood, Rack of Lamb, Veal and Pork Chops, Rotisserie Chicken, Burgers and more, plus nightly specials such as Lamb Shank, Meatloaf and Chilean Sea Bass -- choices that delight all the senses.
With a rich, classic look, Vicky’s comfortable dark wood chairs cozy up to tables polished to a shimmering patina. Hand cut copper lights drop from the wood ceiling adding to the warm, inviting glow.
The walk-in 4,000 bottle cellar features California wines from well-known winemakers to exclusive boutique vintners. Diners can also choose handcrafted cocktails, martini concoctions, or favorite labels from Vicky's inviting center bar, just inside the dramatic double door entrance.
Many guests enjoy their meal at the bar while keeping an eye on the comings and goings of this popular night spot.
The lounge, flanked by dual fireplaces and centered with a 9-foot concert grand piano, is home to world-class musicians. Live music nightly, plus two afternoon sessions with Sundays: The popular JazzTime Band from 2-5pm and Thursday Rodeo Drive 4:00-6:00pm. The nightly music 6:30-10pm with the weekly performances of vocalist Lizann Warner, Stan Watkins Latin Swing, Pat Rizzo & All That Jazz Band, John Stanley King and Carolyn Martinez & Trio.
Don't miss Vicky's Jazz/Cabaret Dinner Concert series whose performers will include Andrea Marcovicci, Cheryl Bentyne and Eric Comstock to name a few.
Vicky's also accommodates private dining and special events up to 100 guests. In season, dinner is from 5:30pm nightly. Reservations are recommended.