Reservations are available by clicking on the "BOOK NOW" to follow the link to OPENTABLE.COM, or call the business at (909) 335-1752.
Greensleeves Steakhouse offers a twist on the traditional steakhouse menu. Modern interpretations of traditional appetizers, soups, salads, seafood, meats and even vegetarian dishes separate Greensleeves' menu from other downtown Redlands fine dining institutions. Thoughtfully crafted dishes include locally sourced ingredients and proteins from our proud partnership with Rocker Bros Meat & Provision Inc. sourcing prime steaks and chops from Colorado.
This two-story building, built with brick from local yards, was constructed in 1892 by M. M. Phinney, a citrus grower and civic worker. It has a flat, non-visible tar paper roof. The windows are double-hung, surrounded by brick patterns of flat and radiating brick. The top front of the building has a pediment, triangular in shape. Interestingly enough, the missing “9” in the date on the structure disappeared shortly after its construction.
The original use of the building was to house the Board of Trade. From 1892 to 1908 it was the home of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce. The welcoming festivities for President McKinley in 1901 and for President Theodore Roosevelt in 1903 were planned here. In 1907 the University of Redlands had its headquarters in this building.
In 1982, Mr. Johnny Moore, Mr. Bill Hardy Jr., and Mr. Henry Van Mouwerik, forming a limited partnership, called the Board of Trade, bought the deserted, decaying structure and have proceeded to restore it to its original prestige.
Still visible, though, are many of the details of brick work and the design of the original building. The structure now houses a fine restaurant called "Greensleeves Steakhouse. The old railroad tracks on the north side have been removed and will provide parking areas. Truly this building represents a modern adaptation of a treasure.
BUSINESS PHONE: (909)335-1752
hours of operation
mon-thu | 5pm-9pm
fri-sat | 5pm-10pm
sun brunch| 11am-3pm
sun dinner | 5pm-8pm
ABSENT 9 LOUNGE
mon-thu | 4pm-9pm
fri | 4pm-12am
sat | 5pm-12am
sun | 11am-8pm
mon-FRI | 12PM-3PM
COVID-19 OPERATIONAL STATUS
In acknowledgement to the current Covid-19 outbreak, dining in our restaurant will be closed until further notice. Our Absent 9 Lounge will be open on March 17th (St. Patrick's Day) for limited capacity of 50 people per order of Redlands Police Department. Health and safety regulations are taken into strict consideration and are not to be taken lightly during these historically trying times. We are at the mercy of our government to ensure we may all continue business and our lives as usual in some timely manner. For the mean time, stay safe, and we look forward to serving our community in a not too distant future.
We thank you for your continued support, God Bless.
San Bernardino COUNTY POSTED THIS.
In an effort to protect the public from further spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, the County’s Acting Health Officer on Tuesday March 17th, ordered the cancellation of gatherings of any number of people within the county starting Wednesday March 18th, through at least April 6, with key exceptions for work, public transportation, airport travel, grocery stores, charitable food distribution, certified farmers’ markets, and shopping at stores or malls.
We are asking our community to continue supporting your local businesses as much as possible. A limited menu is coming soon for take out both prepared and food you can cook at home. Orders over $75 will receive a $25 gift card to join us when we re-open to the public. Due to the recent business closures, meat and produce purveyors are having a difficult time shipping product, so please bare with some menu items being un-available.
You may call us at (909)335-1752