Supervisor Steppe in La Mesa

On Thursday, March 7th we were very happy to have our new San Diego County Board of Supervisors representative, Monica Montgomery Steppe visit several businesses in La Mesa. Supervisor Monica Montgomery Steppe won a special election to succeed our past Supervisor Nathan Fletcher in November. She previously served as a Council Member for the City of San Diego.

The first business we visited was Anthony’s Fish Grotto, an iconic restaurant that has been serving fresh fish and other entrees in San Diego County since 1946.  We are honored to have this family-owned restaurant now exclusively in La Mesa, since the San Diego location closed in 2017.  We were proud to showcase this restaurant to the Supervisor and show her the upgrades that have been done to the restaurant, including the changes that have been made to the patio, including the gazebo and the Bocce Ball court.

The second business we visited is one of the regional St. Patrick’s favorite location, Hooleys Public House in Grossmont Center. Each year Hooleys is the go-to place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and all the festivities that surround this popular holiday. Items that guests will be able to order during this high-energy celebration are Shepherd’s Pie, corned beef and cabbage, corned beef sandwiches and add Irish beer and specialty cocktails – you have a recipe for fun!

The final local business that Supervisor Montgomery Steppe visited was our Sedano Lincoln dealership. This military-owned local business stands on a corner of La Mesa and is one of our newest dealerships in La Mesa. Owner, Manny Sedano adds this dealership and the adjacent Sedano Ford dealership to his inventory of dealerships, bringing his number of dealerships count to five in the area, all within a 15-mile drive of each other.

We were proud to have had the Supervisor visit us in La Mesa and meet several of our local businesses. She had the time to meet and chat with them in an “up close” and personal way. We wish her continued success as she represents us on the County Board of Supervisors.