John's Famous Stew is definitely a tavern with no minors allowed and no windows. There is a bar along one wall and booths on the opposite wall with tables in the middle. As we each placed our orders for Reuben sandwiches, our server kept saying, "That is just like so wrong...", referring to the fact that we were not ordering their stew. The bread was nicely grilled and served on a delicious marbled rye. The sauerkraut tasted a little canned, but was good. There was not a lot of corned beef on the sandwich, but it tasted good. The sandwich doesn't include any sides, but at $6.25, that is okay. The cheese tasted a little too-processed, but could definitely be tasted. The experience was good enough that I would come back for a Reuben. I had never heard of eating stew at a restaurant before, so I was a little wary. After eyeing some of the bowls of stew in the restaurant, I think I will come back to try the stew sometime. With free parking, being close to downtown Indianapolis and offering food at reasonable prices, there is no reason not to stop by for lunch or dinner.