Olive & Citrus
California Seasonal farm to table cuisine. A Craftsman culinary masterpiece. Read REVIEWS by clicking Business name.Venue under 100.
Seasonal menu changes frequently with starters, salads, grilled octopus, flatbreads, homemade pastas, fresh fish, American Wagyu burger & steak, RR Ranch steaks and seasonal sides.
- HAPPY HOUR: 4pm - 5:30pm Monday - Saturday and 9:30pm - 1am.
- Patio: Service dogs only
- Behind the Scenes Tour
- Sunday Brunch 10am - 2pm
In the News
At the June 22 State of the City event, held at the University of Redlands Orton Center, Mayor Paul Foster presented Beautification Awards recognizing buildings or facilities within the City of Redlands that capture outstanding landscape, architecture, cleanliness and curb appeal.
Nabil Ayoub received a Beautification Award for his beautification and adaptive reuse of the historic Heritage Hall building.
Heritage Hall, also known as the Seventh Day Adventist Church Building, has been a landmark fixture in Redlands for over 96 years. It is well known amongst local residents for its distinctive building style and triangular lot. Erected in 1922, it has changed hands many times, being utilized in countless different capacities, including a church, the Odd Fellows Lodge, a reception hall, and now the beautiful Olive and Citrus Restaurant.
The historic building is a cross-gables, one-and-a half story, stuccoed structure with some Craftsman style elements. The building underwent extensive work involving the replacement of the roof, the construction of a large deck for outdoor dining, and the installation of trellises fronting Olive Avenue. Restoration and repainting of the building was completed in earth tone colors. The interior was also renovated to create a more open floor plan, suitable for its new use. The end result, created a Craftsman culinary masterpiece for all to enjoy.
For these reasons, we are honored to present Nabil Ayoub with a beautification award in recognition of his adaptive reuse of Heritage Hall into the elegant Olive and Citrus Restaurant.
Photography: Marc Piron