Arby's bringing deer-meat sandwich to Alabama

Arby's bringing deer-meat sandwich to Alabama

Arby's is rolling out their venison sandwiches again on October 21 in all stores nationwide.

Arby's is on a mission to have all the meats.

Arby's is bringing back the fan-favorite Venison Sandwich as well as rolling out a completely new item, the Elk Sandwich - just in time to kick off hunting season.

Sound tasty? There are 173 Arby's locations in mi.

The sandwich, comprised of the marinated deer meat, juniper-infused Cabernet steak sauce and fried onions on a toasted specialty roll, will still be available for a limited time and, even with a $7 price tag, $2 higher than a year ago, an Arby's spokeswoman said it is expected to sell out quickly. Arby's expects that they will "sell out quickly", apparently including at its locations near Boston and in places like New York City and Fresno, California.

The fast-food chain is releasing its venison sandwiches nationwide - that means you, metro Detroit.

Arby's Chief Marketing Officer Jim Taylor said the sandwiches will be available this year while supplies last. Arby's says its sandwich - available October 21 this year - will include thick-cut, marinated venison steak and crispy onions topped with a juniper berry sauce on a toasted roll. Last year, they were only available in five states at select locations, including six in Pennsylvania. The meat is then topped with onions and a juniper berry sauce, all served on a toasted roll. Chief marketing officer Jim Taylor has a hot tip for people really craving fast-food deer meat: "Get there when we open or a little before", he tells USA Today, then stand in line "just like the folks a year ago". Two in Manhattan (32 East 23rd Street at Park Avenue and 611 Eighth Avenue at 40th Street) and two in Queens (6916 Metropolitan Ave and 17514 Horace Harding Expressway).

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