Arby's is having a very big year. They reached a whole slew of N.E.R.D. fans when Pharrell wore their hat to the Grammys. The Meat Mountain climbed to power. They scored Ving Rhames for an ad campaign. And at a special presentation today, the roast beef barons hinted at plenty more exciting new stuff in the pipeline.
After testing a massively popular gyro in September and bringing back the King's Hawaiian BBQ Brisket, Arby's has now set its sights on steak. This week, they'll debut a new Montreal Angus and Portobello Sandwich, starting at $5.49. The sandwich features slices of steak, portobellos marinated in Montreal seasoning, caramelized onions, naturally-aged Swiss cheese, and garlic aioli nestled between a toasted sub roll. It joins its siblings Angus Philly and Angus Three Cheese & Bacon as the third steak selection currently at Arby's -- and in case you were wondering, it's freaking delicious. But as Arby's continues to blow out their new "We have the meats" campaign, they've also developed brand new meat options. That includes a turkey smoked like their beef brisket (except for 8-hours) and a fancy pit-smoked ham that's somewhere "between a country ham and Christmas ham", both of which should hit hoagies sometime soon. And that's just the official stuff.