Full of life, culture, and history. Preserved by much of its history, now building a legacy for the future that being shaped by a new generation. From a chocolate factory to numerous coffee shops that takes artisan coffee to another level, you’ll be able to run caffeinated all day. Amid a culinary renaissance, Redlands a great stop for the day or night.
The most notable fine dining restaurants is Caprice Cafe located on State Street. Caprice Cafe has a charming patio that is open year-round and serves classic American cuisine with the highest quality of ingredients. Or take a stroll to Greensleeves Steakhouse. Located in one of the many historical buildings that line Orange Street. Indulge in a local favorite, a 40oz 30-Day Dry Aged Tomahawk to share if you’d like.
Looking for something more casual but not short of any flavor, go for Italian at Romano’s Family Italian Restaurant or Chicago Pizzeria while watching a game. Romano’s known for its “amazing-ness” of Chicago style deep dish pizza. Need to see the game from every angle, Darby’s American Cantina, try the Darbinartor or the Irish Nachos smothered in poblano cheese for extra goodness. Traveling traveling from the UK; you to feel right at home at the Royal Falconer, a British pub that has some of the best fish n’ chips this side of Cali.
Wait there is more; CheeseWalla, if your on a time crunch, walk up to a restaurant known for their unique spin on grilled cheeses. Say “samosa grilled cheese, please” it is like nothing you’ve ever tasted! Just a few blocks away is Crepes of Wrath, man’o’man this place is great too! now on Fridays and Saturdays, this place is open till 2am!
The City of Redlands, an awesome place to eat your way through.