Nice place, but expensive. Crispy sauerkraut was unusual, I've not experienced that before. Bread was nicely grilled. And there was lots of quality corned beef. I can't believe I'm saying this, but I think there was too much beef. I couldn't taste much of anything else. I suppose if you're paying that much they feel like they need to pile it on; I'd rather have had less beef and paid less. Potato salad in a crock on the side was tasty. Presentation would have been improved if there was some sort of garnish or decoration on the plate: I mean, it looked fine, but there was no pickle, no lettuce leaf, not even a toothpick, and I feel like they ought to give that little extra bit to get an A. Service was impeccable, and even included a complimentary mint. Oh, and they put a lemon wedge in my icewater, I always like that. Overall, it's only the expense that keeps me from giving the Max & Erma's reuben an A. And maybe that crispy sauerkraut.