We are proud to announce Greensleeves Steakhouse is now open in the century-old Phinney Building, formerly home of Joe Greensleeves.
Greensleeves Steakhouse, located at 220 Orange Street, inhabits one of the oldest early business buildings left standing (originally constructed in 1892!). As you’ll see, the new restaurant pays homage to the rich Redlands history and sense of community by integrating old photos and written stories—submitted by members of the community—into the building décor.
In order to get people back to work as soon as possible before the holidays, we opened up in December after only minor cosmetic changes. But, as you’ll likely notice in the coming months, the second phase of our renovation will be striking!
We know many of you held Joe Greensleeves near and dear to your heart, and we’re here in an effort to salvage that historical significance, tell the Redlands story, and give you what you deserve… the best restaurant in the Inland Empire!
You’ll sip a hand-crafted cocktail in the building that once housed the Board of Trade, built with brick from local yards by Mo Phinney, a Redlands pioneer citrus grower and civic worker. You’ll enjoy a delicious sizzling steak where people once anxiously awaited the arrival of President McKinley in 1901 and President Roosevelt in 1903.
Needless to say, it’s a pretty special place. Redlands truly is the hidden gem of the Inland Empire, and we are proud to put a spotlight on—and be a part of—this incredible community. Come in soon and say hello!