The Propylaeum has a parking lot on the north side, accessible from Delaware. You'll want to park there instead of along the street. The building is lovely, and I was especially struck by the beautiful branches adorning the front doors. The docent directed me to the dining area, and along the way I saw that all the ceilings had beautiful decorations painted on them. The tables in the dining room had lace tablecloths, covered with glass, with cute snowman centerpieces. The place settings were porcelain, with linen napkins, glasses, and metal flatware with both salad and dining forks. Tea was served in china teacups from a silver teapot. Our server was elegant in a black suit and bow tie, and she was very polite and friendly. Our sandwiches were served with garnish of a lettuce leaf, a tomato slice (which I ate: it was tasty), and a quarter pickle spear. We had the choice of potato salad or vegetable chips with the sandwich. I chose the potato salad, which was made from red potatoes and mayonnaise sauce, with some other colorful bits thrown in: it was good, but not exceptional. The vegetable chips on Chris's plate looked like TERRA brand Exotic Vegetable Chips. The sandwich was on a perfectly toasted dark pumpernickel of medium thickness. It had three thick slices of smoked turkey: obviously processed, but tasty. There was a thick slice of Swiss that I could actually taste, and a little bit of well-drained sauerkraut that I could barely taste. I'm not sure if there was any thousand island or not: if there was, it was quite a small amount, which probably helped keep the bread so nicely crisp. After our sandwiches our server brought out cinnamon rolls, which were lightly frosted and served with butter on the side: they were pretty good, but not the gooey flavorful masses I'm used to. The sandwich was of a good size--not overly large--and with the tomato, potato salad, and roll, I was pleasantly full afterward. Chef Mike came out at the end to ask about our experience, and the response was favorable from the whole group. Overall, it's not often you find a Reuben in as elegant a setting as this (especially since the Eagle's Nest and the Ayres Tea Room have stopped serving them), and the sandwich did justice to the setting.