Sandwich shops are a dime a dozen, but Snarf's is worth at least a quarter. Cheesy? Sure, but it's true! We ducked in on a cold January day to warm up and try out the food. We shared their broccoli cheese soup and an Italian sandwich to delightful effect. The soup was creamy and filled with little cubed potatoes that warmed us up nicely. It came with toasted, seasoned bread that was far better than what I was expecting from a small sandwich shop. I appreciate that the Snarf's folks know the first rule of soup: hot, crusty bread is better than old crackers. The Italian sandwich was my husband's choice. I generally don't go for sandwiches with more than one type of meat on them, and this one has four: Salami, Pepperoni, Capicola and Mortadella. But, with the toasty bread, provolone, onion, seasoning, tomato, hot peppers, pickles and crunchy lettuce it was just right. Given that they also add mayo, mustard and oil to all their sandwiches you'd think that the insides would get gooey. But, the sandwich arts are not lost on Snarf's employees. They make sure the inside is soft but not sloppy. If you're tired of Subway and Penn Station you should give Snarf's a shot. Not only will you not be disappointed, you'll see Snarf's in your sweet, sweet dreams.
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I drive by Fozzie's every day and decided to try it after a co-worker RAVED about their steak and bleu cheese sandwich. I'm a sucker for a good sandwich and my go-to has always been a Club...lucky for me, they just so happen to have a Club on the menu! Where does their Club rank? I'd say middle of the pack...not great, but it definitely didn't suck either. The basil mayo (I think it was basil mayo?) didn't distract from the sandwich, but it was a unique twist to my longtime favorite sandwich. Good sized sandwich, though...the right mix of turkey and bacon, although personally - not a big fan of spring mix lettuce on a sandwich. The homemade chips were absolutely yumbo - not too salty with a good flavor to them, I'm ashamed to admit I destroyed the entire bag. By myself. So much for that NYE resolution on cutting back on the fried foods. I'll definitely head back soon to try their Italian Beef sandwich...I'm not expecting a Portillo's-level slice of heaven, but anywhere in this city where I can find a good beef with giardiniera seems like a good place to me.
I've been meeting a friend for breakfast here once a week for the past 3-4 years. I'm there right after they open and the staff has always been very courteous and helpful. They remember names of those that are regulars and it feels more like a family run restaurant than a chain because of the genuine interest they have for their customers. They recently renovated the place to match the standard layout of other Panera stores in St.Louis. The look is much more open and provides more seating for eat-in diners. There always seems to be someone walking around picking up dishes and wiping off tables to make sure things stay clean and tidy. They offer the normal Panera bread stuff and everything is always tastes like it's freshly made. For these reasons, this is my favorite Panera in town!