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Snarf's Sub Shop, the beloved sandwich spot with a hippie vibe, got its start when Jim Seidel opened his first sub shack in Boulder in 1996. Then, as now, Snarf's knew to do a few things really right: It has a good filling-to-bread ratio, uses high-quality meats and vegetables, and relies on a broiler to give the outside of each sandwich an excellent, toasty crunch. But what really sets Snarf's apart is its housemade giardiniera, a spicy mix of marinated carrots, celery and peppers that can -- and should -- be added to anything you order. The Colorado-based chain recently crossed state lines, with locations in Chicago and St. Louis, but whether in a shack or a sexy condo complex, Snarf's makes a solid sub.
Sort of Snarfs on the hill is very convenient and the location on Pearl is new and improved. And now they have Snarfmont in Longmont. The bread and peppers make the sandwich. I want one now! They hit the spot every time.
Snarf's makes unbelievable sandwiches. Nevermind the hairy and hippied out people who make them. I would say these are some of the best sandwiches in town, and I would highly recommend them. It's a quick stop, and its worth your time.
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