As the name suggests, Cafe International offers a menu of global bites, from a German brat board to a greek salad and french dip. But it’s Nebraska’s own reuben sandwich that the world should be taking notice of here. The sandwich is at its traditional best with tangy sauerkraut, generous portions of tender, finely chopped corned beef, and melted swiss all piled onto toasted rye. Since their spacious patio overlooks a scenic stretch of the Chattahoochee River, we suggest settling in with a few drinks. We’d say order Poland’s greatest export, vodka (and some cranberry juice), while watching folks partake in the classic Deep South pastime of tubing down the Hooch for a UN-approved experience you never knew you needed.