We were told when we walked in with the Skiles family that children weren't allowed, but we could sit out on the covered patio in front. I'm not sure what the source of the restriction is, but it worked out fine anyway, since the weather was good. The tables were a bit dirtier than I would have liked, but not too bad for being outside. Service was pretty good, and I was brought a refill on my Diet Coke without being asked, though the waitress did at first think I had regular Coke instead of Diet, and it did take a while to have the checks brought out. Food was served on large china platters, with metal flatware wrapped in paper napkins. Extra napkins were provided, which was a good thing, since the sandwich was a bit drippy. The chips were of the very standard rippled variety. The sandwich was on a nicely toasted marble rye which didn't get soggy. I could see the dressing and the cheese on the sandwich, but their flavor wasn't very noticeable. I did get a few good bites of kraut. The beef was in good supply, but didn't have a very strong flavor, and in my sandwich included one rather large bite of gristle. All in all a pretty decent sandwich, if rather mildly flavored, and bigger than I had expected at the price. It's certainly to be preferred over the abomination next door.