Perhaps in the spirit of the popular series Game of Thrones and its upcoming season finale, Arby’s is taking another creative approach to its latest menu addition.
As usual, whenever something big is going on, Arby’s always finds a creative way to join the excitement. The restaurant is going medieval with its latest additions to the menu. They are introducing the Smoked Turkey Leg, which will be available at Arby’s restaurants in nine regions of the country starting on Sunday, August 27.
As described by the restaurant “Arby’s Smoked Turkey Leg is seasoned with salt and brown sugar, smoked and then slow roasted to perfection.”
Select cities, and even more select locations, will feature the new item such as;
Fargo, ND: a frigid land in the north with ruthless winters and relentless snowfall. (1117 38th St NW – Fargo, ND 58102)
Los Angeles, CA: a western land known for its bountiful amount of gold and riches. (347 East Main St. – Alhambra, CA 91801)
Seattle/Redmond, WA: a land of storms, savaged by heavy rain and wind, with a coast of deep blue water. (15115 NE 24th St. – Redmond, WA 98052)
Norfolk, VA: a land of ships and sailors surrounded by giant vessels forged from iron. (730 East Little Creek Rd. – Norfolk, VA 23518)
Pittsburgh, PA: a land of powerful rivers, defined by the trident of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio. (4810 McKnight Rd. – Pittsburgh, PA 15237)
Phoenix, AZ: a land of sand and sun, known for its harsh desert climate. (2402 West Thomas Rd. – Phoenix, AZ 85015)
Denver, CO: a land of treacherous mountains divided by fertile river valleys with an abundance of stones. (1480 South Colorado Blvd. – Denver, CO 80222)
Omaha, NE: a land of fertile farms that provides many of the crops that feed the country. (8429 West Center Rd. – Omaha, NE 68124)
Atlanta, GA: a land where the crown jewel of the Arby’s family, our headquarters, resides. (4415 Roswell Rd. – Atlanta, GA 30342)
Fortunately for those living in or around these areas, you’ll get to try the new Smoked Turkey Leg. For those in Philadelphia who want to try out the latest creation, the closest location to us would be in Pittsburgh. With that being said, is the Smoked Turkey Leg something you’d want to try out?