This weekend, enjoy our special Pork Carnitas Enchiladas featuring braised pork and a house-made ancho chipotle sauce smothered in cheese. To top it off, these delicious enchiladas are served with a side of house-made refried beans and our signature guacamole. These are only available while supplies last, so be sure to swing on in and give them a try this weekend.
Also, we’ve heard this amazing plate pairs perfectly with a Mother Road Kolsch, which just happens to be our new Community Tap Handle this month 😉🍻
A piece of history is currently being revealed by new construction downtown. This building housed the JC Penney store for many decades until it moved to what is now the Old Town Shoppes is 1972, then the mall is 1980.
Prior to coming to this location, JC Penney was located in the Bikker Building at 117 E Aspen with its tell tale yellow and tan tiles. The store opened in April 1917 and was so popular they had to run an ad announcing they would have to limit the number of shoppers at one time.
However, the signs being revealed on this building right now are not from the JC Penny but by what came after. Before Maloney’s. Can anyone give us some insight on what this building was from 1972 - mid 1990’s?