Squatting in a corner lot along with an espresso/cigarette stand and an auto detail shop, Soup Savvy is as cute as a cart can get. A gazebo-ish dining nook adjacent to the cart with flower-topped tables and a nice selection of food mags hems you in from traffic-heavy North Greeley Avenue.
April Snow and sister Amber Snow flipped the open sign in February, luring nearby Adidas employees up the hill and enticing passersby to park it for a bite.
Four daily from-scratch soups and six hot sandwiches, including one of the tastiest meatball subs in town, have hooked enough regulars by now. The thick and dreamy white chicken chili ($3.95 a bowl) is rib-sticking and super savory, while the tomato-basil soup is so fresh and creamy it could be dessert. For a heartier meal try the meatball sub ($6, $8 with a cup of soup)—100 percent beef meatballs with plenty of thyme, basil and oregano; a not-too-sweet tomato sauce studded with garlic and onion; and melted mozzarella couched in a chewy, toasted bun.