This place has lots of outdoor seating, and even offers a second-storey balcony, and we had great weather for it. We opted for the ground floor so we could have cover from the sun, but I wish we'd been able to enjoy the view from upstairs instead. The table tops are a wire mesh, which I suppose is pretty hard to keep clean; there were a few crumbs stuck in our table, but it wasn't too bad considering. Service was pretty good: I was brought a refill for my drink without having to ask, and when change was brought for my payment it cleverly included the right bills to leave a tip. I did feel the need to go inside at the end of the meal to make sure we weren't expected to pay there (we were not), so they could have been a little more prompt with our checks, but nearly everyplace is bad about this, and they were pretty busy that day. Drinks were served in paper cups, my cole slaw was in a plastic cup, but the forks and knives were metal. My plate came out with chips piled everywhere, even on my pickle and my cole slaw, so some of them were a bit soggy. They were billed as "hot chips", but I couldn't taste any seasoning. The slaw had a light, creamy dressing and was pretty good, even though I don't care much for slaw in general. The sandwich was on a pretty marbled rye, which was lightly toasted and didn't get soggy. The meat had good texture. The flavor of the sandwich was strangely muted. It wasn't bad, but a Reuben should have a lot of flavor, and this just didn't. Between it and the chips I almost wondered if my nose was stuffed up and keeping me from tasting things in general, but that didn't seem to be the case. Overall, on a nice day, this seems like a pleasant place to eat in a very laid-back atmosphere, but I probably wouldn't come here just for the Reuben's sake, and I won't order the chips again.