It's really a shame that this place only temporarily served lunch over the last several months while remodeling downstairs in the Hyatt, because there's no place in Indiana that can serve a Reuben with a view like this. (The staff wasn't sure if the new One South restaurant downstairs would even have Reubens on the menu!) We started our lunch by riding the glass-fronted elevator up the 21-story open atrium to the top of the building. Then we were seated at a table on a circular floor that rotates counter-clockwise around the top of the building about once an hour, presenting a panoramic view of all of Indianapolis. The decor has a lovely astronomical motif, with sun and moon ornaments, and a night sky painted on the ceiling: I'm sure it's much more fitting with the restaurant's usual evening service. Easy listening music played on overhead speakers, loud enough to hear but not so loud as to interfere with conversation. There was a strange draft that chilled me just a little, but not too badly. Service was very polite and friendly without being intrusive, though I was surprised that we paid at the register rather than paying our server. The sandwich was on a marbled rye. It was lightly toasted, and needed immediate flipping to keep the juices from sogging through the bottom slice. The meat was good in quality and quantity, and the kraut had a good flavor: strong but not overpowering. There didn't appear to be any dressing on the sandwich, but I don't think that was typical; on a return trip this week the dressing was included. The cheese went rather unnoticed, as it often does. The fries were somewhat seasoned, and crisp and tasty. I didn't quite feel full when the sandwich and fries were gone, but I could have fixed that if I'd eaten the enormous half-pickle that came with them (it was a pretty good pickle, but my pickle tolerance is low). I drank water to keep my costs down, and don't feel that I overpaid for the combination of the meal and the view. Overall I'd recommend the experience, but alas, it is no more.