The Reuben at McFadden’s

It’s only appropriate to eat Irish while drinking at an Irish bar, and McFadden’s has a whole menu of Irish-inspired bar food to sop up the excess alcohol. The reuben sandwich is made with fresh corned beef, cooked daily to be juicy and tender. The meat practically falls apart when you bite into it, stacked high on marbled rye bread along with sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing.

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