All you can eat barbeque buffet only $35.95
(vegetarian options also available)
FM Junkies - local, live dance band
Spectacular fireworks display
Call 575-589-0653 for more information or to make your reservation.
Join us for dinner Oct. 26 from 5 - 9 p.m. and help us find a way to end Alzheimer's disease. We'll donate 10% of all food orders to the Alzheimer's Association.
For reservations, call 575-589-0653 (x3) or visit our reservations page.
Classics at the Crossing and Jay's Pix Presents the classic: Journey to the Center of the Earth
After the critical and public acclaim of Walt Disney’s second live-action production in 1954 of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, the time seemed ripe to bring the works of Jules Verne to mass audiences. Based on the novel of the same name by noted French science fiction writer Jules Gabriel Verne (1828-1905), the book was first published in France in 1864. This handsomely mounted production was a box-office smash when released just in time for the holiday season in December of 1959, and paved the way for remakes of Verne’s The Lost World in 1960 and Mysterious Island in 1961.
After accidentally uncovering a clue of a lone expedition deep below the surface of the earth, a curious professor of geology in 19th-century Scotland mans a passage to the Icelandic volcano that will mark the way of the intrepid explorers. What they encounter along their many months of travel downward is the stuff of a crackling good adventure yarn, filled with awesome beauty, giant beasts, spectacle and danger around every bend. The RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK of the 1950s!
Starring: James Mason, Arlene Dahl, Pat Boone, Thayer David, Peter Ronson.
Thunderous and majestic music by Bernard Herrmann (North by Northwest, Vertigo, Psycho). Interior scenes filmed in Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico. (Nominatedfor Best Art Direction/Set Decoration, Sound and Special Effects)
No cover charge. Brunch menu available. Reservations recommended: call 575-589-0653 (x3) or visit our reservations page.
"Born in Mexico City, my father was a musician and my mother a social worker. I was very close to my grandmother, who raised me in the world of letters, books and art.
I married a teacher – the father of my two children – and when I divorced, I dedicated my life to the artisan world. Since then, the blood that runs through my veins is that of an artist who investigates organic life and expresses my feelings in everything I do."
Saturday, April 22 (Earth Day)
What's your vector, Victor? Alright, give me Hamm on five... hold the Mayo.
Look Betty, don't start up with the white zone #$@! again.
Enjoy brunch a la carte while you bite your nails through Ted Striker's harrowing landing of Trans American flight 209.
For more information, call 575-589-0653 (x5).
Jay's Pix Presents, along with the Sunset Film Society present this classic romance of improbability.
Join us at Noon for laughs and great food. As always, no cover charge and a full Brunch menu is available. To reserve your seat, call us at 575-589-0653 (x3), or book your table online.
Celebrate your love for each other at Ardovino's Desert Crossing. Join us Valentine's Day for a special five-course prix fixe menu, or celebrate early and join us the Friday, Saturday and Sunday before and enjoy special additions to our already fabulous standard menu.
Price for Valentine's Day is $95 per person. You can make your reservation online, or call us at 575-5898-0653 (x3).
Ardovino’s Desert Crossing will host an opening reception and exhibition featuring the works of El Paso artist Patrick Gabaldon on Tuesday, February 9 at 6 p.m. in The Gallery.
Gabaldon is known for his use of bright, vibrant colors in his depictions of the desert Southwest.
For more information, call 575-589-0653 (x3).