Welcome to Pass Key Restaurant
Pass Key Restaurants have a rich and lengthy history in Pueblo, and are still locally owned and operated by the Pagano family.
It's A Pueblo Tradition
What People Say
4/1/20 - Huge shout out to Passkey during this Covid-19 crisis! Zoned areas for employees that we could see from the drive-thru and sanitation practices were on point. Thank you for going above and beyond to keep not only yourselves safe but your customers too!
Best restaurant in Pueblo!!
tasty mildly spicy grinder that I personally have enjoyed since I was about 11 years old. If a whole special is too much to eat you can also get a half special. Its definitely worth a try.
For as long as I can remember, Pass Key has been Pueblo's #1 restaurant for the Italian sausage sandwich. They have never let me down. The Pass Key we went to tonight, is their second location, on Hwy 50. They have a third restaurant in Pueblo West. Great job 👍
a candidate for President as his comfort food of choice. Still operated by family, it's a comfortable, tasty spot with good value for your money. The Special comes with mustard and 3 cheeses. Skip the mustard, be sure to get all the cheese. Excellent onion rings as well. Good fast service.
Pass key is an iconic pueblo eatery. Their famous sausage grinder is the best ever! No need to cook when in the mood for a sausage sandwich, just patronize pass key. You won't regret it 😋
One of the longest and tastiest Pueblo traditions. FYI...if you haven't tried it you need to add some awesome Pueblo green Chile to your passkey. Simply Amazing!
got a hot Italian style sandwich and I got the signature sandwich and the boys got spaghetti and meatballs. The staff was super friendly. We will definitely be back!!!
This place always has great foot and service. The owners are fantastic people who really love Pueblo and take pride in their restaurant.
Imagine your favorite childhood memories rolled into a restaurant and here you have it. Pass Key is a time honored tradition in Pueblo-a unique experience not found outside of this culturally unique, proud town. This is the place where I went with my family and visited at the State Fair to get one of their spicy, delicious, homemade grinders. This trip, to share with my FRIEND who is not native to Colorado was no disappointment.