The world's only roast beef sandwich fast-food chain.. In Short 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.
Kind of pricey for the product.
Hope you don't plan on going through the drivethru at lunch; no drive-thru exists. Positive points for retro signage. The only Arby's I've ever been to that automatically puts lettuce and tomato on the Chicken/Bacon/Swiss sandwich. Even after ordering it without the lettuce and tomato, after receiving the sandwich, guess what? Then again, this is fast-food. Negative points for selecting the "value meal" or combo or whatever they call it, as you instantly add a lot more cost to the meal. You're telling me that french fries and soda cost that much? I'm not a big roast beef eater, so I can do without. If you're looking for fast service and good value at lunch, you'd do better to drive on down the road.