The restaurant was closed, with a sign referring us to the bar, so that's where we went. Nice decor, a little dark and perhaps overly rustic, but fairly classy. Big-screen TV was a bit loud. Cold. The Reubens came out on real china plates, and we had cloth napkins and water with lemon in real glasses, so that was nice. We had a choice of fries or "Appleby's chips" with the sandwich; I opted for the chips, hoping for something homemade, but they looked just like something you'd dump out of a Lay's bag. I sampled one of their fries later, and they were pretty bland and unappetizing too. The sandwich itself could have used a bit more dressing and at least half again as much meat, but the kraut was pretty tasty. The rye bread was marbled but rather flavorless. Service was okay, but for some reason, after serving our drinks, the waitress walked by several times without taking our food order. Maybe I missed something. Anyway, I'm glad the service wasn't bad, because the gratuity had already been added to each bill automatically. Fortunately there weren't more of us on this trip otherwise, according to the menu, we would have been forced to all pay on one check. (Why do people do this? Is it that hard to print out a bill for each person? You had to keep track of who to serve the food to, right?) So, to sum up, I spent $10 (after the mandatory gratuity) on a rather small reuben without much meat, a small bag of chips, a pickle spear, and a glass of water. I won't be back unless someone else is buying, and they'd better throw in dessert so I don't go away with the unsatisfied feeling I had today.