your choice of tender beef or juicy chicken breast in a large tortilla with fresh shredded cheese, creamy sour cream, zesty salsa, lettuce and tomato. ole!
Bean Dip With Chips
Breaded Calamari Rings
Delicious Soup & Sides
Green Chile Bowl
our homemade pork green chile served with two flour tortillas.
Side Of Guacamole
enjoy our crispy refreshing salad made with the freshest ingredients and the tenderness of meat and cheese.
homemade tortilla bowl brimming with crispy lettuce and your choice of beef, chicken or combination of the two. topped with shredded cheese, olives and tomato. sour cream and salsa on the side.
a crisp bed of lettuce topped with ham, turkey, cheese, egg, tomatoes, cucumbers and carrots.
Stuffed Tomato With Crab Salad
a whole tomato stuffed with crab salad atop a fresh bed of lettuce, garnished with celery, cucumbers and carrots.
Rocky Mountain Steak Salad
lean and tender slices of top sirloin are char grilled with buttery mushrooms. accompanied by tomatoes and avocados topped with blue cheese crumbles.
Mexican A La Carte
all items are served with lettuce, tomato and cheese.
Bean And Beef$5.49
Beef And Guacamole$3.99
Steak From The Broiler
the specialty of the house! top of the line beef, hand-cut on the premises and grilled to your specifications. accompanied by your choice of baked potato, side of spaghetti or steak fries. served with soup or salad. dinner rolls served upon request.
cubes of tender sirloin broiled on a skewer with an assortment of fresh vegetables. served on a bed of rice pilaf.
Mickey’s Top Sirloin
a thick, juicy hand-cut 12-ounce sirloin.
Surf And Turf
cubes of tender sirloin and succulent shrimp sautéed to perfection. served on a bed of rice pilaf.
twenty-ounce steak, cooked to perfection and served with your choice of soup or salad and steak fries, spaghetti or baked potato.
Three generations of the Broncucia family have worked the land at 70th Ave. and Broadway. Mickey Broncucia's grandfather settled the area in Adams County when the area was nothing but farmland. Here, he built a house for his family and farmed vegetables. Both Mickey and his father were born and lived on this same property. Mickey's father opened a grocery store on the corner. Nearly 45 years ago, Mickey had an idea to open a restaurant and bar serving Italian food. He eventually added mexican food and steaks to the menu. The menu and the restaurant evolved over the years into what it is today. In June 2005, the decision was made to rebuild in the same location a brand new building so that future generations of the family involved in the business can preserve and uphold traditions of serving our community. We are proud of our family establishment and it is a pleasure to serve you and your family for years to come.