This is another nice-looking establishment. It's decorated in a western lodge motif, with lots of wood and stone and brick attractively arranged in arches and pergolas, and good natural lighting through large windows. There's a patio area, shaded by pergolas and cooled by fans. I would have liked to sit out there, but we were only offered "smoking or nonsmoking" as our seating options: maybe all the smoking seating is outside, because I did see a few people sitting out there later on. Early 80's music played in the background. The menu is strange, partitioned by big unlabeled dividers that look sort of nice but make it difficult to peruse. I never did find the beverages listed. Maybe they weren't listed so I wouldn't find out that my glass of Minute Maid lemonade was going to cost me two dollars (I knew I should have had water). The waitress was very friendly and generally efficient, but took a bit long with the checks for some reason, even though three of the four of us paid in cash. The drinks were served in plastic glasses, but the napkins were cloth, flatware was metal, and the meal came out on a china plate garnished with a leaf of lettuce and three good, garlicky pickle chips. I had the waffle fries on the side, and they were nicely seasoned and crisp and in good supply, but maybe just a bit overdone. The bread was a lovely swirled rye, nicely thick with good flavor, grilled crisp, though with perhaps too much butter as it felt a bit greasy. Unfortunately, the bread was the only high point of the sandwich. The beef was rather sparse, and I didn't much care for its flavor. I couldn't taste the dressing, caught occasional mild hints of kraut, and didn't really notice the cheese. Somewhere there are Reuben ingredients that deserve to be matched with the Boulder Creek rye, but they aren't here. Overall, I'd say that this is a nice, if somewhat expensive place, but if you're looking for a Reuben in Brownsburg, I'd have to recommend you head a bit south to the Green Street Pub instead (and don't let Elegance tempt you along the way).