THE SPEAKEASY ON STATE

The Speakeasy on State

Finished in 1899, the Columbia building was the last building built on the first block of
E. State Street and has been utilized for gatherings both large and small. Located on
Redland’s iconic State Street, this historic gem has been closed for use since 1948.
Speakeasy on State offers 4000 square feet of elegance, mixed with beautiful hard
woods, raw exposed brick, and the finest period specific details – found nowhere else
in tow. Proudly representing the heartbeat of downtown Redlands, Speakeasy on
State boasts two large gathering rooms, each with their own distinct feel.

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Finished in 1899, the Columbia building was the last building built on the first block of E. State Street and has been utilized for gatherings both large and small. Located on Redland’s iconic State Street, this historic gem has been closed for use since 1948. Speakeasy on State offers 4000 square feet of elegance, mixed with beautiful hard woods, raw exposed brick, and the finest period specific details – found nowhere else in tow.

Proudly representing the heartbeat of downtown Redlands, Speakeasy on State boasts two large gathering rooms, each with their own distinct feel. Opposite the entrance, Speakeasy on State lets out into the charming City of Redlands Alley Park, perfect for outdoor socializing.