Arby's is rolling out its venison sandwich to all of its locations across the country for the first time. As PennLive notes, when the promotion was introduced previous year, it was only available at locations in the southwest part of Pennsylvania and four other states.
The venison sandwiches were tested previous year in five states where hunting is popular and they sold out in minutes.
This year, the thick-cut deer meat, marinated in garlic and topped with a juniper-infused Cabernet steak sauce and crispy onions will be available in all states for a limited time.
Jim Taylor, Arby's chief marketing officer, told USA Today it was the "biggest venison promotion in the world any restaurant" has ever done. "It's a flawless example of the level of innovation coming from our teams and our commitment to creating experiences that guests can only get at Arby's".
The sandwiches will only be available on a first come first serve basis and once they're gone, they won't be coming back anytime soon.
Meanwhile, Arby's is testing an elk meat sandwich at three locations in Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. The sandwich features a tender elk steak topped with blackberry port steak sauce and crispy onions on a toasted specialty roll. The Elk Sandwich will lead a series of limited-offering sandwiches from the brand.
"We took a look at what hunters and wild game enthusiasts love to talk about eating and elk was something that kept popping up, and we said, 'this is another great-tasting game meat we think our guests would enjoy it, ' " he said. That special meal will also be available on the same day the chain releases the venison sandwich.
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