Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Redlands, California, United States. Redlands /ˈrɛdlɪndz/ is a city in San Bernardino County, California, United States. It is a part of the Greater Los Angeles area. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 68,747, up from 63,591 at the 2000 census. The population was estimated at 69,999 in 2013. The city is located approximately 10 miles (16 km) east of downtown San Bernardino.
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4 based on 40 reviews
Darbyâs is a classic rock and sports themed restaurant. We serve American/Mexican fusion cuisine with a flare, made fresh from the finest ingredients. We offer 40 different beers on tap including several made right here in Redlands. Every one of our barte
My cousin Ed, who lives in the area, brought us here for lunch. Thank you cous! All 4 of our entrees were outstanding. Tried their carmel apple martini (we were on vacation), and darn, it was excellent. Met Mr. Darby (who went to high school with my cous) and he was charming. Love to try locally owned and operated restaurants - and this one was superb.
4 based on 58 reviews
While trying to find a smaller, more local restaurant, we ended up eating breakfast at Coco's. I wasn't that crowded for a Sun morning, had great service, and the food was really very good, for a Coco's.
4 based on 64 reviews
Rok N Fondue specializes in two things: fondue (of various varieties -- the cheese fondues are great) and sizzling specialties on a very, very hot iron platter. My favorite dinner here is cheese fondue followed by a sizzling filet with all of the accompaniments, and -- of course -- a nice bottle of wine. The restaurant, located on State Street, is upstairs-downstairs, with the bar and some dining tables downstairs and a lot more tables on the second floor overlooking the bar. Service is prompt and friendly.
4 based on 41 reviews
My friend and I eat at Bricks and Birch about once a month but the last few times we were there the temerature outside was in the 90's, as it is in Redlands during summer, and the doors were open, flies all over and fans on. When asked about the AC, I was told "it wasn't working." That excuse works for awhile but 3 months later, it's still being used so I'm suspecting they may not have AC. The restaurant is in an old building which was renovated to accommodate it but maybe it was too expensive to add AC. We went to another place to escape the heat and flies. I do not recommend it until it's appropriately cool inside. The food is good but the scones are best when the co-owner/wife makes them, otherwise they're just ordinary. I do hope the temperature issue is quickly resolved so we can return.
4 based on 123 reviews
At first glance the menu seems to have little to offer for vegetarians. But they will substitute tofu products for any meat dish on the menu. One of our group even got a bacon cheeseburger, veggie style! The rest of us stuck to the basics: veggie wrap, portobello mushroom, salads. All were delicious. The service was prompt and cheerful. The atmosphere was pleasant. Save room for dessert. Martha does desserts like no one else!
4 based on 67 reviews
The ROMEO's carpooled to 1970's Redlands.Standing like Stonehenge, the Tartan is a recognized land mark in the Inland Empire. The food, value and service is a great reason it has lasted so long.Classic decor, time tested menu and experienced service is a formula for staying power. We took up one of the Red Naugahyde booths and added a chair for comfort. The menu of club sandwiches, fried chicken (The wing portions are cut small, you don't get the full triangle), chef salads, clam chowder and burgers were standard and tasty. I had to have a gin tonic because, well, it is a timeless bar and it hit the spot. 6 grown men, we consumed a total of 4 cocktails, we had burgers, fried chicken, chowder and/or salads, we shared an appetizer of wings and the bill was right at $100.00. That put a smile on our faces!Value-5Service-4food-4Makes me want to come back and try the prime rib on Saturdays.RetiredOldMenEating Out
4 based on 96 reviews
The State is a restaurant mainly focusing on American cuisine, whiskey, hand crafted cocktails & craft beer. The State is located in the heart of downtown Redlands on State street and will be opening its second location March of 2017 in Rancho Cucamonga o
The servers are notably friendly and eager to please. Lively atmosphere. Okay food. The battered portobellos I ordered by accident one time were delightful. But, if âgastropubâ translates to upscale fast food, the fries should not taste like you ordered them at McDâs and then ate the cardboard container. Try the onion rings as the side!
4 based on 59 reviews
Discovered this cafe after searching for local restaurants with gluten-free options as I have Celiac Disease. We checked in online and when we got to cafe it was packed. Once seated, service was great. I had the gluten free breakfast sandwich and took some gluten-free coffee cake home. Both items were amazing. My daughter had chicken strips and onion rings which she enjoyed. Would highly recommend and will be back if every in the area again.
4 based on 238 reviews
First time here. Tried the deviled eggs for starters- great choice. Fish tacos with dip another great choice, cowboy burger was also good.Attentive service alsoWould come back
4 based on 195 reviews
We only ate salads but they were well made and flavorful. The atmosphere is really warm and cozy. I suggest eating inside because itâs really cute. The patio does have warmers though. Service was fantastic.
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