Food & Drink in Redlands


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  • Dhat Island
    Dhat Island spawned out of Island, a former catering company specializing in Caribbean and Creole fare. When loyal clients of the catering company began making requests for "that rice" and "that chicken,? it prompted the company?s owners to create a full-fledged restaurant with a new name: Dhat Island. Dhat Island's head chef uses elements from her husband's recipes and blends them with traditional Southern cuisine in a varied menu. Plaintain fritters, oxtail tamales, and bourbon chicken are featured alongside mainstays such as whole red tilapia, which is seasoned, fried, and nestled on a bed of lettuce, tomatoes, and avocados. In Dhat Island's Sunday Feast series, diners gather around a communal table to enjoy family-style portions of chicken, seafood, and beef and brag about their most recent report cards. For dessert, you can pick from a platter of sugar-dusted beignets.
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    509 N Eureka St.
    Redlands, CA US
  • The Gourmet Pizza Shoppe
    For Gourmet Pizza Shoppe owners Bill, Don, and Scott, the standard assortment of pizza toppings isn't enough. Though pepperoni, sausage, and black olives are certainly part of its repertoire, the trio also stocks exotic ingredients such as mashed potatoes, peanut butter, and crabmeat?making a total of more than 120 toppings. Strewn across dough made fresh each day, these morsels form custom build-your-own pies or dozens of specialty pizzas, ranging from classic eggplant parmesan to the out-there Mini Pearl, loaded with country gravy, mashed potatoes, and fried chicken. At the downtown location, taps pour out more than 20 regional microbrews, including several from Redlands brewery's Hangar 24 and Ritual. After meals, customers can request six types of dessert pizzas to adorn the tables' green-gingham tablecloths or their imaginary pet dragons' green-gingham tongues.
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    120 E State St.
    Redlands, CA US
  • The De"Bite"ful Cake Pop Shop
    The De"Bite"ful Cake Pop Shop's display cases glitter with stick-mounted confections and cupcakes that earned the bakery a spot on Things to Do Inland Empire's 2012 list of Best Cupcakes in the Inland Empire. To make their signature cake pops, the bakers hand-roll bits of cake—including banana, zesty lemon, and red velvet flavors—and dip them in melted chocolate. From there, they can decorate the pieces with freshly mixed icings and sprinkles or shape them into animals or custom designs for special occasions. Hands-on classes meet in the bakery's kitchen on the weekend. Amateur confectioners learn how to design their own cake pops before taking home their sugary creations and enrolling them in preschool.
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    E Vine St. & S 5th St.
    Redlands, CA US
  • La Costa Restaurant
    The colors in the giant paintings that adorn the walls of Las Costa Mariscos are only overshadowed by the vibrantly hued dishes at each table, where diners dig in to Rosarito- and Sonora-style Mexican dishes. A variety of shrimp specialties join grilled steak and chicken mole on the family-owned eatery?s menu, along with four lobster variations that include Thermidor, a-la-plancha, and deep-fried preparations.
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    621 W Colton Ave.
    Redlands, CA US
  • Golden Spoon
    Flavorful, delicious frozen yogurt at Redlands' Golden Spoon is the perfect answer to the calorie-conscious sweet tooth. The menu at Golden Spoon does not include any low-fat options, so come ready to indulge. Forget circling the block, Golden Spoon has plenty of nearby parking options. For those who travel by bike, Golden Spoon offers bike racks for diners.
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    1981 W Redlands Blvd
    Redlands, CA US
  • Millcreek Cattle Company
    The chefs at Mill Creek Cattle Co. serve up an expansive menu of slow-smoked meats amid a boot-stomping array of vivid Wild West?inspired d?cor. Each morning, the Mill Creek meat mavens awake to blend another batch of custom barbecue sauce?a tangy mix of bell peppers, onions, chili peppers, tomato sauce, and secret seasonings?to be slathered on slabs cooked over an aromatic, citrus-wood smoker. Tuck teeth into the harmonious flavors of the pulled and occasionally pushed pork ($14.95), or compose melodies on the meaty xylophone of the original baby back ribs ($21.95 for a full rack). The fried steak ($15.95) tramples appetites under a stampede of battered beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, and cornbread, served with a side of honey butter churned by extraordinarily strong bees. A 25-ounce root-beer float ($3.95) helps to soothe oversauced incisors, and hot chocolate ($2) can provide a mahogany hue to prized coonskin caps.
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    1874 Mentone Blvd
    Mentone, CA US

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