It isn’t every day that Arby’s does something groundbreaking. Which is why it’s been able to carve out such a comfortable niche in the bottom-half of America’s favorite fast food chains.
But now, Arby’s is adding a BURGER to the menu. That may not seem groundbreaking . . . after all, Arby’s “has the meats” . . . but this is actually their FIRST-EVER burger.
It’s called the “Wagyu Steakhouse Burger,” and it costs $5.99. For now, it’s a limited-time item . . . available now through July 31st.
Arby’s says it’s a blend of Wagyu beef and ground beef and will be the “highest-quality burger the market has seen yet.” They say they spent more than two years developing the burger. (For just a two-month run? I’m guessing that if it’s half-decent, it’ll be back.)
(Speaking of burgers, Heinz is running an “Art of the Burger” art show competition. Basically, they want you to design a perfect burger using their sauces . . . and then enter your artwork for a chance to win $25,000.)