I decided to visit Weinberg's Deli on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Nestled in a shopping center, off Falls of Neuse Rd., it's not difficult to find. Decor is cheerful and basic. Staff seemed helpful, although the sign indicates guests should wait to be seated, I was told to "sit anywhere". I suppose this had to do with the rain and a very small group of diners inside. I was told the lentil soup was great (told that by someone I assumed to be the owner although he didn't introduce himself). Not being a fan of lentils, I ordered chicken noodle soup. It was full of large chunks of chicken, along with carrots, celery and noodles. Very warming on a cold, wet day. One of my goals for coming to this restaurant was to try their Reuben. I asked for it on marble rye, instead of the Jewish rye. The sandwich was well done with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and dressing. The corned beef was sliced thin and very tasty. The sandwich was nicely grilled and mine was served with a potato salad. Overall, I enjoyed my first meal at Weinberg's Deli. I look forward to going back on a weekend morning to try their breakfast selection. Prices are moderate; a cup of soup and sandwich cost about $12.