Accounts hold that the reuben's creator was Arnold Reuben, the German owner of the once-famous, now defunct Reuben's Delicatessen in New York, who, according to an interview with Craig Claiborne, invented the "Reuben special" around 1914. The earliest references in print to the sandwich are New York based but that is not conclusive evidence, though the fact that the earliest, from a 1926 edition of Theatre Magazine, references a "Reuben special" specifically does seem to take its cue from Arnold Reuben's menu.
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At the Bisbee Grille, we take tender corned beef, piled high on grilled marbled rye bread. Then top it with melted swiss cheese, thousand island dressing and, of course, sauerkraut. Served with your choice of sides. We recommend Guiness Stout for this hearty meal.