Food - it is what brings us together. Experience some of our local restaurants and coffee shops. Below is a list of places not to miss!
Caprice Cafe $$$
104 E. State St.
A large menu featuring salads, grilled seafood, pasta, handmade pizza, and organic steak.
328 Orange St.
California nouvelle cuisine, meat, fish, pasta, salad, and homemade desserts. Vegetarian friendly.
Eureka Burger $$
345 Pearl Ave.
Authentic, one-of-a-kind burger bar experience serving a wide selection of fresh Angus Beef burgers, gourmet salads, and signature hand-cut fries
Gourmet Pizza Shoppe $
120 E. State St.
They offer over 75 different pizzas, and 120 toppings. Their dough is made fresh daily. Vegetarian friendly.
Augie's Coffee House $
113 N. 5th St.
Located on a side street off of street, students and locals have found the place for their caffeine fix. It is very popular among the students.
Jersey’s Pizza $
214 Orange St.
A great place to catch a game or meet a friend. Menu features selection of pizza and sandwiches.
309 W. State St.
Cozy restaurant offering Thai cuisine. Outdoor patio available. Vegetarian friendly.
Rok N Fondue $$
25 E S. State St.
A bar and restaurant that specializes in indulgent cheese and chocolate fondue.
330 Orange St.
Family Italian restaurant and Chicago pizzeria. Menu offers an extensive selection of pasta entrées, pizzas, appetizers, sandwiches and salads.
Sushi Kimo $$
501 W. Redlands Blvd., Ste. K
Sushi, with many options for fresh fish pieces, or creative rolls.
State Street Deli $
300 E. State St.
A great sandwich shop with fresh-baked breads and a wide range of meats, cheeses and spreads. Vegetarian friendly.
The Eating Room $$
107 E. Citrus Ave.
Fresh, homemade bread, pastries, soups, salads, and sandwiches.
The State $$
22 E. State St.
Newly opened at the end of 2014, The State is know for their creative burgers.
Darby’s American Cantina $$
1 E. State St.
Catch a sports game on television, and enjoy their eclectic menu offerings.
Taco Shack $
510 E. State St.
Tacos and burritos are just some of the options at this casual Mexican restaurant. Sit outside on the patio to enjoy the beautiful California weather.
Dhat Island Caribbean Creole Cuisine $$
22 E. Vine St.
Authentic Caribbean Cuisine. You should finish off the meal with their beignets.
Crepes of Wrath $
31 E. Citrus Ave.
Freshly made crepes with plenty of filling options to choose from.
A La Minute $
19 E. Citrus Ave.
Not your normal ice cream shop - this unique organic ice cream is made with liquid nitrogen to make it extra creamy.
Chez Sabine $$
615 W. State St.
Check the web for hours, but dinner is only served on Friday and Saturday night. Homemade small plates are the specialty, and you will feel as if you have traveled to France. Chef Sabine will always check in to make sure she has made it right. A true gem in Redlands.
Olive Ave. Market $
530 W. Olive Ave.
Although it is not located near State Street, this local market is not to be missed. Sandwiches are made daily, along with coffee and baked goods. Stop by and enjoy eating with locals. You’ll also have the chance to see historic Redlands homes.
$ - Inexpensive - under $10
$$ - Moderate - $11 - $30
$$$ - Expensive - $31 and up