This place is gorgeous. There are gas lamps at the entrance, a fire in the fireplace, and stained glass everywhere. It's clean, but I suppose that's to be expected given how new it is. Service was friendly and attentive. The menu says that the sandwich comes with "chips", but then properly adds "(fries)" to the description (technically chips are cut from a whole potato, and these are formed from processed potatoes instead): regardless, they were good, with a nice seasoned flavor. The sandwich was on a nice thick bread, well grilled, but relatively mild in flavor. The beef was good, with a nice texture. I couldn't really taste the cheese. Mostly I tasted the creamy cole slaw. I'm not usually a big fan of cole slaw, but I really liked it on this sandwich. Obviously it's not a true Reuben, but it was very much worth the trip.