The German Cafe in Wilmington is where I have eaten what was perhaps the finest Rueben ever, and considering how many I have consumed over the years that is quite a statement. They serve it on pumpernickel bread which is a pleasant deviation from the standard rye. The meat was lean, moist, and full of flavor. The sauerkraut was perfect. For only $8.25 it came with a lovely warm German potato salad and a slice of watermelon (not traditional German).
Mark went with the wurst special and it came with two types of wurst, sauerkraut, and German potato salad. Very good indeed. We each had a large beer and enjoyed the German music as we dined. The waitresses were dressed in traditional German clothing and it was interesting to hear them speak in a Southern accent.
Overall, an excellent meal. Good food, good service, nice atmosphere.