The hot hostess guided me to my table and I ordered an Old Mecklenburg beer to kick things off. The beer selection at this joint is wonderful. After ordering my beer, I decided to try the soft pretzels as an appetizer. A single order will net you two fairly big soft pretzels served with melted cheese, and honey mustard. I tried both sauces and they both were delicious. The honey mustard had a little horse radish mixed in...which I love.
I had heard the burgers at this joint were decent, but I decided on the BBQ sandwich for some reason. The sandwich itself was massive and definitely not something you'd eat with your hands. It comes with a side of seasoned fries which were okay. The BBQ itself wasn't spectacular, but it did the job. I blame myself for ordering it so I can't bash it that bad.
The menu itself is a little complex for me and it's probably a nightmare for the guys working in the kitchen. I wish they would just simplify it a bit. There is probably something for everyone on the menu but there isn't multiple choices for everyone. You either are going to like the dish, or hate it.
The prices aren't terrible, but it isn't cheap. A date for two will run you close to $60 before tip, which is pretty standard I suppose. I got out of there with a $34 tab.
As far as the ambience goes, the place is pretty chill. It has dim lighting, plenty of tables and space, and cool decor. I dug the the kegs stacked on top of one another, and the beer mural.
Overall, I would give The Liberty two and a half stars out of four. I think you should give it a shot purely because of the beer selection.