Ate/drank there last night. I was incredibly impressed. In short for those of you who just stuck your nose into the thread to see what it was about: Medium sized restaurant with good, non bar food and incredible beer selection on tap. I dont recall seeing any "typical" domestics on tap. The website: http://redsalehousenl.com/ The Beer List: http://redsalehousenl.com/our-beers/draft-beer Now more in depth: Went there last night for my Uncles 50th birthday. He owns a bar and is real into trying new beers, so he took us to Red's. Upon walking into the front door, I thought it was just your typical Iowa family owned restaurant. Once I turned the corner to grab a drink from the bar, I immediately noticed what set this place apart. Where most "fancy" restaurants have their daily menu, Red's has their beer list (see above). They have zero typical "domestics" on tap. If you want a Bud, Miller, or Coors, you'll get it in a bottle. The beer was pretty reasonably priced IMO. Most of the draft beers they have, have kegs that cost a fortune. Red's manages to keep the draft prices down so that the typical curious beer drinker can afford to try a few. The food menu was alright. Reasonably priced. Good service. The food came out in good time and no one in our party of 15 had any complaints, which is rather rare with this group. What set this place off to me, and what makes me want to take a return trip (aside from the beers) was the atmosphere. Indoors, there is a fireplace (gas) to keep patrons warm. Outdoors during the summer and fall, there are firepits. I think that is a fantastic and different business idea to set a mood and to set the venue apart from other restaurants. The downside: They aren't exactly Cyclone friendly. North Liberty is only 20 minutes outside of Iowa City, so I suppose that is reasonable.