Arby's slogan ("Slicing Up Freshness!") is no joke. A corporate-wide overhaul of the popular roast beef emporium's menu means it has more one-of-a-kind menu items than most places with a drive-through tend to offer, and they're at your fingertips in St. Louis on Voice Places. Best known for its slow-roasted and freshly sliced roast beef sandwiches, Arby's also features "Market Fresh" sandwiches, as well as an expanded list of wraps and garden salads, while still maintaining the same something-other-than-hamburgers principle launched by Boardman, Ohio's Leroy and Forrest Raffel in 1964. (Most folks think that the chain's name, a play on the initials "RB," stands for "roast beef." In fact, it's short for "Raffel Brothers.") Its lineup of sandwiches piled with hand-sliced ("by people, not by robots," the company boasts) roast beef was joined in the early 1990s by a Lite Menu that features three sandwiches and four salads under 300 calories.