Food News: Arby’s Value Menu Goes Nationwide

The Arby’s Value Menu has launched nationwide.  Up until now, this menu was available only in select markets and now will be featured in an advertising campaign.

The new Value Menu, which starts at $1, features Arby’s® signature items, including an oven-roasted, freshly sliced Roast Beef sandwich, Curly Fries and Jamocha Shake. The menu will be refreshed periodically to showcase seasonal favorites and other signature offerings.

15 comments on “Food News: Arby’s Value Menu Goes Nationwide

  1. Justin says:

    That’s nice that they considered Michigan a “select market.” We really must be pretty broke!

  2. Nick says:

    Is there really such a thing as a nationwide value menu? The Manhattanites here know what I’m talking about…

    • Raiders757 says:

      Nothing in that overpriced hellhole will ever have a true “value” menu. Still, be glad you have such great food options. NYC is truly unique when it comes to the options you have, and I wouldn’t waist my time at any fast food joint if I lived there. I envy your food culture, but hate the cost of living there.

  3. Bunny says:

    The $1 menu isn’t up on the website 🙁

  4. Mark says:

    On an Arby’s note, our local Arby’s (SE FL) has “Steakhouse Onion Rings”–fantastic, at least the two times I had them. Each time they cooked up my rings (5 for $1.99) to order. Best fast food rings I ever had.

  5. maxchain says:

    I was pretty psyched when I first saw it unveiled, but the portions are insultingly stingy compared to other places’ value menus! Getting my fill would cost as much as a regular sandwich there anyway! I’d hate to see how many Washingtons a member of the “I Eat More Than One Double Cheeseburger In A Single Sitting” club would end up dropping on tiny value sandwiches and handfuls of fries at Arby’s.

  6. Aimee says:

    How come that salad looks like a baby seal? 🙁

  7. Roger H says:

    Our Arby’s has carried a dollar menu for a couple of years now, except ours has an Arbys Melt, which is a jr roast beef smothered in cheddar cheese, which is a great value.

  8. Raiders757 says:

    We’ve had it here in the Tidewater areas of Virginia for a little while now, and I’m not sure if it’s a real value. It’s seems the sandwiches are much smaller than the competition. I was really disappointed in the chicken sandwich and the roast beef. Sure, one can’t complain about paying a $1 for them, but then again, they were nothing that would make me come back for more when I felt like eating on the cheap.

    On a side note, our local Arby’s service is so bad, that if more than two cars are in the drive-thru, you will be waiting 20 minutes or more for your food. It has been this way for years, and it’s pathetic. It’s so well known, that you’ll see cars just driving around the place to check and see if there are three cars or more. They lose a lot of business due to this. I would eat there more if it wasn’t so bad, and I’m sure many others would as well.

  9. Jillian says:

    It’s not a salad, it’s a dollar bill. Folded into the shape of a walrus, which I heard Ryan likes to refer to as a “sea tusker.”

  10. Clevegal42 says:

    Walrus? Must be a regional thing – I didn’t see that on the value menu we have in SW Ohio or in NE Ohio (which so far has different value menus – go figure).

  11. Deanna says:

    WALRUS! That’s fantastic! 😀

  12. gringog says:

    Love the Arby’s walrus too, its called Orikane

  13. m says:

    the jr chicken sandwich is just nasty … the McChicken is gourmet next to the Arby’s version … lol

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