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Oct 17, 2018

Arby's Serving Duck for the First Time in Just Sixteen Locations

Continuing a trend of offering limited edition sandwiches with game meat, Arby's will be offering duck for the first time with the limited release of the new Seared Duck Breast Sandwich in sixteen restaurants on Saturday, October 20, 2018.

The new sandwich features Maple Leaf Farms duck breast that is seared and then cooked sous vide. It comes served with crispy onions and a smoked cherry sauce on a toasted specialty bun.

The restaurants that will serve the new menu item were selected due to their proximity to duck hutinging areas within markets in the four "waterfowl migration flyways" across the country (Atlantic, Central, Mississippi, and Pacific).

As with the previous releases of the Elk Sandwich and Venison Sandwich before it, there will only be a limited amount of the Seared Duck Breast Sandwich available at each location and, if previous years are any indication, they'll go fast.


Here are the locations that will have the sandwich come Saturday:

Atlantic Flyway

- 2731 Dorchester Square, Cambridge, Maryland 21613
- 329 N Main Street, Summerville, South Carolina 29483
- 2741 Papermill Road, Wyomissing, Pennsylvania 19610
- 4415 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA 30342

Central Flyway

- 11233 Shadow Creek Parkway, Pearland, Texas 77584
- 1210 US Highway 2 W, Kalispell, Montana 59901
- 3413 10th Street, Great Bend, Kansas 67530
- 5540 O Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510

Mississippi Flyway

- 1191 Cherokee Street, Marshall, Missouri 65340
- 723 E Parker Road, Jonesboro, Arkansas 72404
- 3333 Ambassador Caffery Parkway, Lafayette, Louisiana 70503
- 3210 N Kinney Coulee Road, Onalaska, Wisconsin 54650

Pacific Flyway

- 2485 Notre Dame Boulevard, Chico, California 95928
- 1122 S Carson Street, Carson City, Nevada 89701
- 774 S Main Street, Brigham, Utah 84302
- 104499 SE 82nd Avenue, Happy Valley, Oregon 97266

It should be noted that while venison and elk meat are harder to find, duck can sometimes be found at the supermarket as well as at some restaurants (French and Chinese banquet restaurants come to mind). That being said, a duck sandwich should be a lot less chewy.

Photos via Arby's.


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