New Chicago-Style Beef Dip from Arby’s

Arby’s is now running a promotion for a trio of sandwiches dubbed, “Big City Sandwiches”.  The line-up features the Fire-Roasted Philly which we first saw back in November, the New York Double Stack Reuben which is a rebranded name originally called the Double-Stacked Reuben, and finally a newcomer, the Chicago-Style Beef Dip.  The new Chicago-Style Beef Dip features roast beef, melted Swiss cheese, fire-roasted red and yellow peppers, banana peppers, and Italian seasonings on a toasted sub roll with a side of au jus.  Arbys Chicago Style Beef DipNutrition-wise, the Chicago-Style Beef Dip will set you back 560 calories, 23 grams of fat, 11 grams of saturated fat, 2730 milligrams of sodium, 85 milligrams of cholesterol, 53 grams of carbs, 3 grams of fiber, 4 grams of sugar and 35 grams of protein.  The Chicago-Style Beef Dip and the New York Double Stack Reuben will be available for a limited time only.

5 comments on “New Chicago-Style Beef Dip from Arby’s

  1. doctorx0079 says:

    The Chicago Italian Beef finally returns! I used to love these 15 years ago! Yay!!

  2. Robert says:

    Not to sound like one of those Philadelphia residents who complain every time someone comes out with a Philly, but what the crap is “Chicago-style” about those toppings? Italian beefs in Chicago are plain, only the peppers differ. Sweet, mild/hot giardiniera. That’s what makes a beef.

  3. John says:

    Chicago French dip needs hot giardinaira…

  4. doctorx0079 says:

    They probably call it “Chicago-style” because they don’t care about authenticity. If it’s as good as the old ones I won’t care.

  5. Peter in Santa Rosa says:

    I agree with the comments about the Chicago Dip, but I would point out that the item most have in mind is called an “Italian Beef” in Chicago, so technically they can put whatever the want on a Chicago-style dip (within reason of course, no ketchup, ever!)

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