We were lucky enough to host KMTV’s resident foodie, Maya Saenz some time ago for her special reports on channel 3’s “Cheap Eat$” program.  

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — When we think of fast food, we typically think of big yellow arches or ‘getting it our way,’ but the original fast food in the Midwest was Broncos Hamburgers.

Originated in 1959, family-owned Bronco’s was opened at 30th and Fort. It was the first locally owned and operated fast-food restaurant in Omaha. Several other locations were opened throughout the years in Omaha and in other states, but now, the only two locations remain in Omaha. To this day, Bronco’s remains the only non-franchise fast food outlet in the Heartland that is locally owned and operated…

Read the full article here on the KMTV News Now website and watch their video report below.  Then run over to Bronco’s and see for yourself why we’ve been one of Omaha’s “Best Of” restaurants for years.

Cheap Eat$ At Bronco's Hamburgers

Watch the episode here