Author: Andrea A

Pueblo Kids Eat Free

Pueblo has several kids eat free or kids eat at a discount throughout the city.  Here’s a list of the local restaurants that offer specials on kids meals different nights of the week.  If, you find a restaurant that we have missed please add a comment so we can add it to our list.  And it’s always a good idea to call the restaurant before you go to verify all deals.


Captain D’s Seafood
3630 N. Freeway Rd.
Meal Deal:  kids 10 and under with free, 2 kids meal per adult purchase.


Shamrock Brewing Co.
108 W 3rd St, Pueblo
Meal Deal:  Kids 12 and under eat free, one kids meal per adult purchase.

Buffalo Wild Wings
5821 N Elizabeth St.
After 4:00 pm
Meal Deal:  Kids 12 and under eat for $1.99, one kids meal per adult purchase.


Pizza Ranch
761 S. Pueblo Blvd.
4:00 – 9:00 pm
Meal Deal: kids 12 and under eat free, one kids meal per adult purchase.

3 Margaritas
3620 N. Freeway Rd.
Meal Deal: kids 12 and under eat free, 2 kids meal per family.

Black-eyed Pea
801 W. US Highway 50
Meal Deal: kids 12 and under eat free, one kids meal per adult purchase.

1631 W. US Highway 50
5:00 – 8:00 pm
Meal Deal:  kids 12 and under eat for $0.99, 3 kids meal per adult purchase.


4001 W. Northern Ave
3428 N. Elizabeth St
Meal Deal:  kids 12 and under eat for $0.99, 2 kids meal per adult purchase.

Cactus Flower
4610 N Elizabeth St.
Meal Deal: kids 12 and under eat free, one kids meal per adult purchase.


Do Drop Pizza
1201 south santa fe avenue Pueblo CO 81006 or
944 E. Kimble Dr. Pueblo West, CO 81007
Meal Deal:  kids 10 and under eat free, one kids meal per adult purchase.

Captain D’s Seafood
3630 N. Freeway Rd.
Meal Deal:  kids 10 and under eat free, 2 kids meal per adult purchase.





Pueblo Green Chili Recipe

Pueblo Green Chili is not like any other Chili you have tried.  It’s different, but delicious to say the least!  Pueblo Chile taste great with warmed tortillas or on top of an open face hamburger (in Pueblo we call that a Slopper).  Typically Pueblo green chili is pretty hot, so if you like a more mild flavor you can use Anaheim peppers instead.


1 1/2 pounds of diced pork (or hamburger)
6-8 Pueblo roasted green chilies, skin removed, cut into small pieces
1 small yellow onion diced
1/4 cup of vegetable oil
1/4 cup of flour (approx.)
30 ounces of water or chicken broth (your choice)
2 garlic cloves, crushed
1 cup of diced fresh tomatoes or 1 (12 ounce) can of Rotel tomatoes & chilies
1/2 teaspoon salt and pepper


1. In large skillet brown pork in oil, until the meat is slightly pink.
2. Add onion and garlic, cook until they become soft. Add flour and stir, browning flour like if you were making gravy.
3. Add water (or chicken broth) slowing and keep stirring until it’s bubbling.
4. Add the rest of the ingredients and bring to a boil, then turn heat to low.

Tip: For picky eaters that don’t like chunks of tomato, peppers, or RoTel, place them into a blender and puree them!

Common Uses

Served in bowl
Smothered burritos
Inside breakfast burritos
Open face hamburgers (we call these sloppers)
Smothered enchiladas

It also freezes well too!

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The first 100 adults who enters, receives a FREE race day t-shirt!

1st Annual Rise & Shine 5K Fun Run / Walk, offers trail runners a unique twist on the traditional trail run experience. Participants will run/walk 5 kilometers course that winds its way through the beautiful Pueblo City Park. Along the course, runners will find eggs stuffed with goodies.

Pueblo City Park
3455 Nuckolls Ave
Pueblo, CO 81005

April 20, 2019
Race time 8:00 am

All proceeds going back into our Pueblo Community supporting Backpacks of Love an FWC Outreach Ministry.
Do you have a group of friends, family or even coworkers that would like to create a group and run/walk together? Dress up in your favorite tutu or running gear and come join us as we help make Pueblo better! We are also collecting kid-friendly, non-perishable food items to send home with local students over long breaks. Bring a food item to the race for a chance to win a gift!

Entry Fee
$25 preregistration per adult
$10 preregistration per child 17 year and younger
$50 preregistration per household family (children free with 2 paid adults)

BONUS: Children’s Egg Hunt following race at 10:00 am – FREE

When can I pick up my race packet?
Packet pick-up is Saturday before the race, from 6:30-7:45 am.

Can I have someone else pick up my packet?
No, unless you have already signed a race waiver.

What time do the races start?
8:00 a.m.

Can I walk?

Can I transfer my registration to another person or get a refund if I am unable to run?

What about the T-shirt?
The first 100 adults to register will receive a free race day T-shirt.

Are strollers allowed on the course?
We allow strollers, baby joggers, etc., in the 5k run/walk.

Can I wear headphones or use an iPod during the race?

Can I register by mail?

Fill out the registration form and mail it to with entry fee:

Family Worship Center
3800 Parker Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81008

Can I register online?
Yes. You can go here to save your spot.

Cold Feet?
Run with a Friend!

Love Abounds