Overlooking the Sedona red rocks and national forest, this stunning venue inside our clubhouse offers a unique indoor/outdoor setting with massive sliding-glass doors that open to a verandah. The tapas-style menu features a wide variety of choices that are perfect as a prelude to dinner or as a sophisticated option for a light dinner.
Along with mixologist-crafted cocktails, View 180 serves an extensive list of wines by the glass from a cellar that won Wine Spectator's "Best of Award of Excellence."
Enchantment Spring Music Series
Join us at View 180 every Saturday night from May 13th - June 24th, for an evening filled with live music, delecious tapas, hand-crafted cocktails, and award-winning wines.
Enterntainment is from 6:00pm - 9:00pm.
May 13, 20, and June 3rd | The Adalia Band
Adalia is a young up and coming extraordinary singer songwriter talent who began writing songs at an early age. Her vocal style is distinct and versatile from resonating deep bluesy lows to sweet ethereal highs. Her recent music video "Release Me" was featured at the Sedona Film Festival and has won numerous film festival awards.
Accompanied by Fitzhugh Jenkins on guitar, Fitzhugh studied music in Boston and Paris, has performed all India and has absorbed many musical styles from his travels to Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Cuba, and beyond.
May 27, June 10 and 17 | The Ralf Illenberger Ensemble
Legendary German New Age Guitarist and Narada recording artist Ralf Illenberger weaves sonic textures from his instrument guaranteed to saturate the Soul and sensitize the being. A perfect compliment to when the sun is setting over the red rocks at view 180.
Accompanied by Fitzhugh Jenkins, Fitzhugh and Ralf both performed on the Grammy nominated Narada cd entitled "Passion: Music for Guitar."
June 24 | Susannah Martin and Spice Caravan
Susannah hails from the Southern California Coast where she has spent years singing her sultry Jazz Vocals up and down the beach towns. Accompanied by Fitzhugh Jenkins and Spice Caravan, the band plays original compositions by Fitzhugh Jenkins influenced by his 10 year stint touring and recording with the Shah of Iran's private court of singers , musicians and belly dancers.