The classic Reuben sandwich has slices of corned beef topped with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing, grilled between two slices of marbled rye bread. There’s several variations of the Reuben, each typically featuring a different meat in place of the corned beef. There’s also a meat-free version, suitable for vegetarians and vegans, most commonly known as Chicago Diner’s Radical Reuben. Chicago Diner, with locations in Logan Square and Lakeview in Chicago, is known for their extensive menu filled with vegetarian and vegan options, from pancakes and burgers to milkshakes and cakes. It’s definitely not just a place for vegetarians and vegans. Their menu can surely impress meat lovers and omnivores as well.