This is a bar-type establishment, with three separate seating areas. We sat in the non-smoking section, where decorative plastic greenery is in tasteful abundance, and a little oil candle sits on each table. A TV sits in a corner, but (thankfully) it wasn't on. Judging by the scent in the air at 11:30, before many other patrons had arrived, and by the increasing smell of smoke after noon, the etched-glass barrier between this area and the smoking section, though attractive, isn't particularly effective. We sat in a booth (which was just a tad uncomfortably narrow for two adult males to sit side-by-side) next to the large east window, which overlooked the third seating area, an outdoor patio. The patio looked like it had been let go for the winter, with stacked resin chairs and fallen or partially fallen baskets of plastic flowers. The waitress was very pleasant and friendly, and even _asked_ if I wanted lemon with my water. The menu provided a huge variety of sides to choose from with the sandwich, and I opted for the onion rings. I'm glad I did, as they were large, generously provided, and delicious. The batter had a slight beer flavor, and was coated slightly with cornmeal, which is, I think, why they weren't at all greasy. The sandwich and onion rings came out on real china, with a lettuce-leaf garnish, and we had metal flatware, though we still had paper napkins and plastic drink glasses. Two large pickle slices were provided as well: Vlassic, I think, good and garlicky instead of dill-flavored. The first thing you notice about this sandwich is that the beef is shredded and blended with the kraut. This makes for a pretty distinctive texture, which is interesting, and the beef is tender of course as a result. I didn't notice that the actual _flavor_ of the beef was exceptional though: it was okay, but I've had better. The flavors overall were well balanced, but it would have been nice if they'd been a bit more intense. It wasn't really bland, but just not very strong either. The bread was surprising--sliced fairly thin, but still toasted and not at all soggy, and with good flavor. The sandwich overall seemed a bit small to me, but between it, the onion rings, and the pickles, I had plenty to eat. A final nice touch was the tip chart on the receipt, probably a good idea at a bar, where customers might be mathematically challenged when paying up. Overall a good experience. I think I'd like to go again some day when the weather is nice and enjoy a Reuben and onion rings on the patio, as I can't think of anywhere else I can do that.