: This was not a true Reuben. It was not served on rye bread, although the toasted french-like bread was acceptable in lieu of the "real thing". The corned beef was a bit mild for my taste. However, the service was quick and efficient, a tribute to mass production line Americana. The high ceilings tended to make the area much too loud. I preferred the grilled sauerkraut as it was not "drippy" and cold. There was no smoking area, a plus to some, an inconsiderate inconvenience to me. This cost me extra time which is what a "fast food" service is attempting to save, thus defeating the point of patronage. Would I return? Yes, but most likely only for carry-out.
Reggie's Bakery & Catering
: The actual sandwich makes all the other negatives worth it. The location is small and cramped. Although billed as dark rye, I suspect the bread was actually pumpernickel. Consistency between sandwiches seemed to be a problem with some having large quantities of meat and/or cheese, while others did not. I find their prices extremely high for the portions received.
: Wow! A decent Reuben at a Gyro place.
Union Jack Pub
: 70s music?!?!... and I would stick with the pizza.
Indy's Family Restaurant
: Nice amount of cheese. Kraut was not overly piled but the meat had a strange texture. The fries were mediocre. Airport prices with airline portions.