The first thing I noticed about Indy's Family Restaurant is the architecture. Its exterior garden area and circular window onto a waiting area looked the same as the Fortune House Chinese restaurant near Michigan and 86th (a good restaurant, but it doesn't serve Reubens). Loretah said it looked like it used to belong to a chain of restaurants called JoJo's. Regardless, the place has a nice family atmosphere: it's in good condition, clean, and well lit. I think our waitress was amused when Andrea ordered a Reuben without kraut: as each of us ordered our Reuben, we were asked "Is that with or without sauerkraut?" Later, when one of my fries fell from my plate as she handed me my order, she apologized and brought out a single replacement fry on its own plate. I was amused. She had no difficulty in breaking out the checks to each diner. She brought the checks to us before we were done eating so we didn't have to sit and wait uncomfortably after we were done. Actually, the service was almost _too_ efficient: our meal was done and it was time to leave before I was quite ready. About the fries: good, but not great. They didn't have a lot of flavor, but adding salt helped. On the plus side, they were obviously cut (with the skin still on) rather than pressed. I ordered a water to drink, and it came out with a lemon wedge, but didn't taste quite right. Then I saw Chris' lemonade; it was wonderfully cloudy, and the sour face he made at the first sip confirmed my suspicions: it was the real stuff, not from a powder. I had a glass added to my order and it was good. The sandwich was good, with a nice blend of flavors. It was a good thing they knew the line-the-bread-with-cheese trick, because it was juicy, and the bread, though nice and crisp, was only about the thickness of regular sliced bread. The inside of the sandwich was gooey enough (in a good way) that I had trouble getting it apart to spread the dressing inside; later on I gave up and just dipped it in the dressing cup instead. The texture of the beef was interesting. It seemed sort of shredded, but not as completely as at Mr. Roberts. I wouldn't say it improved or detracted from the sandwich, it was just different. The flavor was mild but good. I was pretty full by the time I was done. I munched a couple of noncommittal bites of my pickle spear, and though it was respectably crisp, it didn't hold my interest (as pickles often don't). However, at the checkout counter (you pay there instead of paying your server) I decided I had to make room for a macadamia nut cookie, and I was glad I did. It was quite tasty, and you might just be able to make it out in my hand in the photo above. In short, Indy's seems like a good place to get a quick lunch Reuben, or enjoy one with the family; or even, as Chris did, do both at the same time. Next time, I'm trying the pie.