Jim Seidel just opened his eleventh Snarf's in the Denver-Boulder area; this one brings his sub sandwiches to a former convenience store on 38th Avenue on Denver's western border. The pagoda-style building, originally part of a chain of convenience stores in the 1960s, has been decked out in Snarf's familiar bold colors and features a mosaic rendering similar to the company's squiggly logo of cartoon characters eating sandwiches.
Photographer Danielle Lirette took a trip through Snarf's carousel dining room and captured the lively atmosphere of the sandwich shop's first week. Keep reading for more photos.
Keep reading for more photos from Snarf's on 38th Avenue.
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