Red’s taplist is always evolving, which keeps their customers coming back for more. Their food and great service are top notch. It can be difficult to get a seat during the happy hour or special events, but it is well worth the wait, and while waiting try a pint or two!
Went to Red’s for the first time this past Sunday for their Brunch. I absolutely loved it. I’d heard a lot about it, but it was above and beyond what I expected. Pretty much every item available on the brunch line up was delicious. The beer selection, for this part of the world(Iowa City/QC area) is fantastic. The staff, even the waitresses, were knowledgeable about the beers they offered. They also print up tap lists every time they change a keg or two, which is rare to find in my experience. I’ll definitely be going back whenever I’m in the area.
Great place for food and beer. Best to call ahead and get your name on the waiting list; there’s usually a good crowd. Beer selection is about as good as it gets in Iowa. Lots of rotating tap selections, from Beligan brews to American craft, and usually served in appropriate glassware. Anyone claiming the beer selection is lacking should consider this: Red’s held a beer dinner where they had ALL of the Mikkeller single-hop varietals on TAP. I believe they were the first, and perhaps one of the only, places in the country to do so. Food is always great, service is prompt and friendly.
Being from out of town this was our second visit and it was a good one. We were with friends that enjoy beer as much as we do. Our last beer was a triple fermented imperial stout by Anchorage Brewing. To find this beer in the middle of Iowa makes this one of our best stops of this trip. Our server knew beer and was helpful. Did I say the food was good, too. If you traveling on I-80, go up to North Liberty.
Stopped by for lunch. Service was friendly and up on the beer selection. Nice selection of draft beers. They had a tap menu and a bottle menu. Bottles available for carry-out. Bottle menu was very impressive. Food was very good and prices seemed reasonable. Well worth the few miles north of Iowa City.
I would have to agree with the last post, I feel like the bottle beer selection is great, and the tap even better. The happy hour is fun, as you can get two Bells Two Hearted’s for 5 bucks. Great deal. Good rotating beers, including Jolly Pumpkin. Yes, Jolly Pumpkin.