A good sandwich starts with the bread. This is our first visit to Steamboat to visit family and this is the first place they took us to for lunch. Awesome subs and cool atmosphere. We're hoping to eat here again!
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The pork carnitas is by far my go to at cruisers. Really, never had anything not great. Quick service. Chill atmosphere.
This place used to be good, but not really anymore. I really feel like quality has gone down. I'd rather spend another couple bucks and go to paramount.More
Thanks for your viewpoint OysterAddict. We sincerely apologize if you had a negative experience here. We do work very hard to ensure every thing we produce comes out at the highest quality possible. Additionally, as the purchaser of the food I can 100% assure you...More
Stumbled on this sandwich shop and really enjoyed! Large sub, chips, drink and HUGE amazing cookie was $17. A bit pricey, but everything in Steamboat seems to be a bit pricey due to a tourist town. Super friendly staff! Cute atmosphere. Quick service. Definitely would...More
We've eaten here a couple of times and the sandwiches are always outstanding. Bread is fresh as are the filling. On the last stop we both had the meatball sub since it was a bit chilly and we wanted something warm. Sandwiches were filling with...More
We have never had a bad sandwich from Cruisers. The bread is delicious and they have about 15 different types if you include the specials. They also have bagged chips, individually wrapped cookies and brownies. Also have smoothies but I've never had one. This is...More
Cruisers is our "go to" sandwich shops whenever we're in Steamboat. Their cuban is probably the best sandwich in town and my wife loves their raw salads. Definitely worth going to if you want a great sandwich/smoothie/salad while in Steamboat.
I use this place almost exclusively when going out on an all day hike or fishing expedition. They have always had the sandwiches ready on time. The staff is young, energetic and PROUD of how they make their great subs and toasties. Ham and cheese,...More