This Reuben wasn't as good as the one I'd had here previously, mostly because, as I'm sure other people have commented, the bread wasn't thoroughly toasted. There were definitely signs that it had been heated (the cheese was melted, for one thing) but the meat was still cool and the bread was still soft. Too bad, because the quality of the ingredients was good, especially the meat and the bread. I expect they were just in too much of a hurry. They rather skimped on the dressing and kraut too, which I don't remember being I only had half a Reuben today, because I also wanted something else I'd had here previously: the Toscana bagel. It was toasted and topped with pesto and tomato and cheese and a yummy balsalmic glaze. It was as delicious as the last one I'd had. I may have left some of the nice crunchy chips that came with both of my small lunches behind--I was rather full--even though I tried to use them to scrape up the last bits of the balsalmic glaze. The atmosphere and the service at the counter were as pleasant as I'd remembered, and the busboy actually waited for an answer this time when asking if he could take our plates. The only downside, other than the cold sandwich, was the cold restroom: take your coat.