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A Sandwich a Day: Smoked Beet Reuben at The Rieger Hotel Grill & Exchange, Kansas City

A Sandwich a Day Jonathan Bender Post a comment

The Rieger Hotel Grill & Exchange's smoked beet reuben ($10) shows what might happen if the soul of a Jewish Deli was reincarnated in Kansas City. And it's vegetarian. More

A Sandwich A Day: Classic Reuben at Dillman's

Chicago Tessa McLean 2 comments

When you proclaim to be a play on a Jewish deli (the deli part of the name has since been removed), everyone expects great sandwiches. Which is exactly what I got with the Classic Reuben at Dillman's. More

A Sandwich a Day: The Black Pastrami Reuben from Brent's Deli, Los Angeles

A Sandwich a Day Farley Elliott 4 comments

Brent's Deli in Northridge is a Los Angeles sandwich institution. The thing to get? The Black Pastrami Reuben. More

Pork Roll Rachel Sandwiches

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 8 comments

A Rachel sandwich—hot pastrami on rye with swiss cheese, cole slaw, and Thousand Island dressing—made with fried New Jersey pork roll in place of the pastrami. More

A Sandwich a Day: Corned Beef Tongue Reuben Panino at Duckfat in Portland, Maine

A Sandwich a Day Jay Friedman 2 comments

Duckfat in Portland is a small sandwich shop with some incredible panini options, making it tough for someone flying solo for lunch. Given the restaurant's name, duck confit with napa cabbage slaw, cilantro, and spicy mayo tempted me, but ultimately I went for the Corned Beef Tongue Reuben Panino with marinated cabbage, Swiss cheese, and Thousand Island dressing. And no stop at Duckfat is complete without an order of the duckfat-fried fries. More

A Sandwich a Day: The Reuben at Exchequer Restaurant & Pub

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger 2 comments

Would Al Capone approve of the Reuben ($10.25) at Exchequer? I pondered that question while sitting at the bar of this old school Loop joint, as Capone's sly mug stared down at me from every wall. More

A Sandwich a Day: The Reuben at Paramount Room

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger 7 comments

Most reubens are little more than excuses to cover up mediocre corned beef with a blanket of Swiss cheese and creamy dressing. But what if a place constructed a reuben with a fine base of freshly sliced corned beef? More

A Sandwich a Day: The Cowboy Reuben at Blue Line Lounge & Grill

Chicago Michell Eloy 3 comments

Blue Line features traditional American grub, from hamburgers and chicken sandwiches to Cobb salads and flatbread pizzas. It's a solid option as far as Wicker Park restaurants go, largely because Blue Line takes some subtle liberties with these classics. More

A Sandwich a Day: Duck Reuben at Goose Island Clybourn Brewpub

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger 4 comments

As I found out recently, the Goose Island Wrigleyville Brewpub is a surprisingly solid option before or after a Cubs game. But as good as the restaurant's renditions of bar-menu classics may be (especially for the area), there is no question that Goose Island's Clybourn Brewpub steps up the quality of the service, the atmosphere, and, most importantly, the food. That's definitely true of the the massive Duck Reuben ($14), which trades the familiar corned beef for cured slices of duck. More

Reuben Danish

Serious Eats dbcurrie 2 comments

[Photograph: Donna Currie] If you've never made pie dough or puff pastry and you're a little afraid of the recipe, let me put you at ease. If you mess up and the butter gets incorporated into the dough rather than... More

A Sandwich a Day: The Reubenesque at Li'l Guys

Chicago Lindsey Becker 2 comments

When I'm promised corned beef that's been cured onsite for a week, braised for 12 hours in a special slow roaster, and sliced to order, I start to imagine St. Patty's Day-levels of chaos. A Manny's-style corned beef sprawl of a sandwich this is not, but this diminutive—all right, I'll say it—small corned beef sandwich actually won me over. More

A Sandwich a Day: Tex-Mex Reuben at Mr. G's in Plano, TX

A Sandwich a Day Rich Vana 2 comments

It's not really a Reuben. In fact, even calling it a Tex-Mex Reuben is a little misleading: there's no pastrami or corned beef and it contains no sauerkraut. No, this sandwich is not a Reuben of any sort! But at least they kept the rye and the Russian dressing. The Tex-Mex Reuben ($6.99) at Mr. G's Beverage and Deli is a grilled beast of beef and pepper. More

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