Redland’s oldest pub is a long-time neighborhood favorite. From fish and chips and shepherd’s pie to pints of Guinness and fine spirits, they are serving up authentic British fare in a fun, friendly setting.
Since February of 1999, The Royal Falconer has been serving up authentic British fare in Redlands. They are most famous for their fish and chips, but other favorites include shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash, English sausage roll and Cornish pasty. Plus, you’ll find great pub grub including burgers, sandwiches and lavosh. A children’s menu is also available. No pub is complete without a great selection of beer of course. The Royal Falconer is no exception, with 20 draught beers on tap. Let them draw you a Guinness, Newcastle, Bass or one of our hard ciders. They also have offerings from local brewery Hangar 24. Beer is just the beginning though. A full bar is available to serve up your cocktail of choice. Included is an impressive array of mixed drinks. The Royal Falconer also offers daily food and drink specials. While nearly every night features great entertainment, from live music to karaoke to open mic night.
If you haven’t yet stopped by to see the friendly folks at Royal Falconer, grab your family or friends and head on down to Redlands oldest English Pub.
Centrally located at 106 Orange Street in beautiful downtown Redlands, call for information at 909 307-8913, or log on to, www.theroyalfalconer.com to check out the menu, event schedule or brew on tap.