Snarf’s Sandwiches to Soon Open New Colorado Location in Mayfair

It appears construction is underway for the incoming sandwich joint founded by Jimmy Seidel
Snarf’s Sandwiches to Soon Open New Colorado Location in Mayfair
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The new Snarf’s Sandwiches will be located at 6245 E 14th Ave Denver, CO 80220, according to a commercial construction permit filed with the city. What Now Denver reached out to Founder Jimmy Seidel for comment and additional details pertaining to a debut date, but did not receive immediate feedback. 

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The incoming establishment will be located at the Mayfair North Shopping Center, a strip mall anchored by a 7-Eleven. It appears Snarf’s will take over Sparks Liquor, a 2,052-square-foot building. Sparks — an entity filed under Eric Thorson’s Fantastic Four Enterprises, LLC — describes itself as “a locally owned and operated liquor store offering a great selection of wine, beer, and spirits.” It’s unclear if Sparks is now defunct or plans to open at another location. The neighboring pizza place, The Garlic Knot, located at 6217 E 14th Ave, also appears to be permanently closed. What will take its place remains to be seen. Snarf’s will join Great Clips and Koko Fitclub in the Mayfair North Shopping Center. 

Snarf’s was founded in 1996 after Jimmy “Snarf” Seidell took sandwich matters into his own hands, vowing to create the world’s finest sandwich — a creation he’d long and unsuccessfully sought after. “Now,” the Snarf’s website explains, “ more than two decades later, [the] family-owned business has grown to over 20 restaurants in Colorado, St. Louis, and Austin, Texas.” 

Snarf’s newest Colorado location is just one on a long list of stores to come. In fact, What Now Denver previously reported that “Snarf’s Sandwiches is looking to expand across Colorado and other states. Founder Jimmy Seidel plans to open 30 restaurants through 2025, according to the Denver Business Journal. The plan to open the restaurants include locations such as south of Denver Tech Center, in several Texas cities, and in Missouri.”

Amanda Peukert

Amanda Peukert is a Los Angeles-based writer with a love for tattoos, music, food, and film. She received her BA and MFA in creative writing from California State University, Long Beach. Her work has appeared in/on SPIN, LA Taco, Tattoodo, Skin Deep, and Tattoo Energy. When she’s not writing, you can catch her listening to Alice in Chains and Tupac, or watching movies like The Crow and Halloween while eating tacos and drinking a cold beer.
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