Always loved their roast beef but the brisket is my new favorite. Wish they would bring back the Roy Rogers Double R Burger.
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The decor is dated and dirty like it hasn't been renovated in many years. Beyond that, the service wasn't great. They were friendly enough, but it was SLOW, and they were unwilling to make more turnovers in the flavor we requested because they said it would take too long.
Find another Arby's. The fries were cold and the sandwich was poorly put together. I think they filled it with roast scraps. There were mouth fulls of dried up pieces of roast beef. I flew 4,000 miles to eat at Arby's and this is what I got.
The coolest thing about this Arby's is the original decor in the dining room. I love the throwback feel to the place! The food is your regular Arby's fare, but the place is clean and the staff is nice.
First off, Don rocks! You can tell he enjoys his job, and I always appreciate that, no matter what the job is! He was very personable, customer-focused, and busy sweeping the parking lot when he wasn't busy. The wait time for food was short and the sandwiches were tasty. My hubby splurged and had the orange cream shake, which he... More
People working there were very nice, however, I thought I'd try one of the new fancier sandwiches. It was a waste. Stick to the basics.
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