Snarf's Sandwiches, the Boulder-born sub shop, opens its 10th Colorado location today in the Ballpark neighborhood at 2425 Broadway. The building, set at the corner of Larimer and Broadway, was most recently a car wash, but Jim Seidel, founder of Snarf's, had a vision for it.
Newly painted fuchsia with a colorful interior familiar to the fun atmosphere of other locations yet unique in its own right, this outpost of Snarf's includes custom mosaics and artwork created by Colorado artist Jen Haley.
"I don't like to be cookie cutter," Seidel said. "I like to revive existing spaces and bring in different design elements that reflect the local personality."
The Ballpark location of the sandwich shop will serve its oven-toasted sandwiches, many laced with Snarf's proprietary blend of giardiniera peppers, for lunch and dinner. A liquor license will be pursued in the near future to bring beer and wine to menu offerings.
Snarf's has three additional Denver locations including the Spire Building at 14th and Champa, the Capital Hill neighborhood at 11th and Ogden, and the University of Denver campus just west of University and Evans. Construction at another new location in the Highlands neighborhood at 38th and Sheridan will begin soon.