Arby’s Catering Prices
Arby’s is an American fast food restaurant chain specializing in gourmet sandwiches. Their menu features a selection of meat sandwiches, hot side dishes, fresh salads and desserts. They take pride in using only the finest quality of meats in their sandwiches, which includes smoked brisket, certified Angus steak, corned beef, roast turkey, pepper bacon, roast turkey and prime-cut chicken. Aside from their fast food restaurant locations, Arby’s also accepts catering orders, providing more servings of their gourmet sandwiches offered at a more competitive price. Arby’s catering prices are very reasonable considering the high-quality meals they offer. They currently have over 3,000 locations worldwide.
Here’s a list of Arby’s catering prices:
Arby's Catering Menu
|Roast Beef (1lb) (5 pound minimum)||$9.99|
|Chicken Tender Party Pack (25 Chicken Tenders)||$20.00|
|Deli Meat Platter (serves 12-16)||$32.00|
|Deli Meat & Cheese Platter (serves 12-16)||$38.00|
Market Fresh Sandwich Platters
|Market Fresh Turkey & Swiss (serves 6-8)||$29.00|
|Market Fresh Ham & Swiss (serves 6-8)||$29.00|
|Market Fresh Roast Beef & Swiss (serves 6-8)||$29.00|
Market Fresh Farmhouse Salad Platters
|Farmhouse Turkey and Ham Salad (serves 6-8)||$20.00|
|Family Salad (serves 6-8)||$12.00|
|4" Sesame Bun (1 doz)||$4.00|
|3.5" Sesame Bun (1 doz)||$3.50|
|Slider Bun (1 doz)||$3.50|
|Onion Bun (1 doz)||$6.00|
|Sub Roll (1 doz)||$6.00|
|Star Top (1 doz)||$6.00|
|Harvest Wheat (1 doz)||$6.00|
|Market Fresh Bread (1 loaf)||$6.00|
|Gourmet Ghirardelli Chocolate Cookies (1 doz)||$18.00|
|Gourmet Ghirardelli Chocolate Cookies with Salted Caramel Choc. Chip (1 doz)||$18.00|
|Gourmet Ghirardelli Chocolate Cookies with Triple Chocolate (1 doz)||$18.00|
|Gourmet Ghirardelli Chocolate Cookies with Mix of Both (1 doz)||$18.00|
|Turnovers with Apple (1 doz)||$12.00|
|Turnovers with Cherry (1 doz)||$12.00|
|Turnovers with Mix of Apple & Cherry (1 doz)||$12.00|
Market Fresh Boxed Meals
|Roast Turkey & Swiss||$7.00|
|Pit Smoked Ham & Swiss||$7.00|
|Roast Beef & Swiss||$7.00|
TO PLACE AN ONLINE ORDER
Forrest and Leroy Raffel opened the first Arby’s in Boardman, Ohio in 1964. The Raffel brothers who were owners of a business that sells equipments for restaurants thought about how fast food business were focused on hamburgers alone. They realized that putting up a fast food restaurant that does not center on offering hamburgers might be a good idea. Their original menu features a limited menu concentrating on their specialty, which is roast beef sandwich. As expected, their unique idea immediately caught the attention of the locals and soon enough, people are waiting in long lines just to get a taste of their quality food offerings served fast, in an upscale restaurant location. Today, with over five decades in the food industry, they are still a chosen place for affordable gourmet sandwiches.
What They’re Famous For
Arby’s is famous for their eight premium meat sandwiches that are all prepared and cooked with utmost expertise in order to attain the their best possible taste. Here are some of their specialty sandwiches:
- Reuben – freshly sliced premium corned beef topped with melted Swiss cheese and dressed with sauerkraut and Thousand islands dressing, sandwiched in a freshly baked marbled rye bread.
- Roast Turkey and Swiss Cheese – oven roasted turkey with Swiss cheese, fresh lettuce, tomatoes and red onions, dressed with spicy brown honey mustard and mayonnaise, and sandwiched in a toasted honey wheat bread.
- Roast Turkey, Ranch and Bacon Sandwich – sliced of roasted turkey with Swiss cheese, thick-cu pepper bacon, fresh lettuce, tomatoes and red onions, dressed with peppercorn ranch sauce, and sandwiched in toasted honey wheat bread.
Why eat at Arby’s
If you are looking for mouth-watering and genuinely fresh sandwiches for your next party, Arby’s is a good choice. With their wide selection of gourmet meat sandwiches, fresh salads and desserts platters offered at a great value, you can be sure that each of your guest will enjoy your meal offerings.
Last Updated: December 29, 2016 1:35 pm