- Arby’s is selling a sandwich made with deer meat for one day, Saturday, October 21. The chain tested the venison sandwich in five states last year. Arby’s is also testing an elk meat sandwich in three locations on Saturday.
Arby’s is selling a sandwich made with deer meat for just one day.
On Saturday, Arby’s locations across the US will sell a limited-edition venison sandwich. The sandwich, which will cost $7, is made with thick-cut venison and crispy onions, and topped with a juniper berry sauce.
The venison sandwich will only be available while supplies last. Arby’s said it is expected to sell out quickly, so check when your local store opens and arrive early if you want to be sure to get one.
Arby’s is also testing an elk sandwich in three restaurants in Thornton, Colorado, Casper, Wyoming, and Billings, Montana.
Last year, Arby’s served the venison sandwich in five states in an effort to win over the more than 20 million hunters in America.
“The positive response to our limited offering of venison last year was so widespread and passionate that we knew we had to find a way to offer it nationwide,” Jim Taylor, chief marketing officer of Arby’s Restaurant Group, said in a statement.