The world's only roast beef sandwich fast-food chain..
Since 1964, when the first Arby's opened in Ohio, its roast beef sandwiches have been a popular hamburger alternative. The chain's signature red-and-tan color scheme and cowboy hat signage make it easy to spot. The menu features several variations on the classic Arby's sandwich--thin-sliced beef topped with barbecue sauce, cheese sauce or other toppings--as well as jalapeno poppers and assorted milk shakes, including the signature Jamocha flavor.
Yummy!. We've been going to Arby's for years, but not too often. They have delicious market-fresh deli sandwiches on the most scrumptious bread, and the curly fries are so good! The steak fries are great, too. And you can't forget to try Arby's famous roast beef sandwich. Good stuff! Now here comes the drawback: price. Though great eats for a fast-food restaurant, Arby's is pretty darn expensive. You'd probably pay as much for your family to eat at Arby's as you would at a ritzy sit-down cafe. The sandwiches alone can cost up to six or seven dollars - maybe more - which probably won't leave you with enough cash for dessert. But hey, if you've got plenty of money to spend or just want to give yourself and your family a treat, then I recommend Arby's. They are really good!
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