[Note: This was sort of a make-up Reuben Tuesday for Skiles and myself on December 16th, since we missed the first trip to Jersey Mike's on the 9th. Chris took advantage of revisiting the establishment to order a pastrami Reuben, and felt that the substitution improved the sandwich.] This is your typical sub-shop place: order at the counter, pay, fill your drinks (Pepsi products, no Coke), and wait at the table for your sandwich to be brought to you. Service was friendly. The dining area was clean and well lit. I paid $1.45 for a 32 oz Pepsi and a bag of chips to go with my Reuben, which I thought pretty reasonable: I couldn't do better with the vending machines at work, which is sort of my standard for measuring such things. For $1.25 you can get a 22 oz drink and chips instead, but I was headed for a seminar in the afternoon and knew I'd need the caffiene. Another interesting feature is the choice of meat for the Reuben: corned beef, pastrami, or both. Being a purist, I opted for the corned beef, though I prefer the taste of pastrami in general. The first thing I noticed about the sandwich is that it was HOT. I nearly burnt my mouth. I'd never had a Reuben so hot. The second thing is that the white sub loaf bread (you were expecting rye at a sub shop?) is incredibly soft, almost as if it's not there at all. I couldn't decide if I liked that or not. It was really good bread, but I'm not sure it's a good bread for a Reuben. Maybe if it was toasted it would have been better. The third very interesting thing I noticed is that the meat and the kraut had somehow been shredded together into a homogenous mass. That was rather nice, and would have been even better if the kraut hadn't been quite so mild. The cheese I could sometimes taste, but I never really tasted the dressing. Overall, a decent Reuben, but quite unextraordinary. If I return, I'll see if the pastrami kicks it up to a B+.