We work with companies throughout San Diego, but have decided on La Mesa as our headquarters for Four Fin. Why? Because, we believe in real connections, genuine people, easy parking and sunshine. It’s a straight shot on the 94 to Downtown San Diego, and quick to hop on the 8 or 125 as well. We like the creative vibe of our space, the neighboring businesses and the growing culinary scene out our front door. La Mesa is turning a corner in it’s history, to appeal to younger crowds with cool new establishments like Public Square, Coin Haus, Farmers Table, Boulevard Noodles and Sheldon’s Service Station.
Those last two are owned in part by mover and shaker, Aaron Dean, who is infusing life into the business community with his involvement with the La Mesa Village Association and his energy into a number of new local hotspots.
La Mesa Business Owner
- So, we’ve seen you pouring serious heart into La Mesa (we’re amped). Why this part of San Diego?
La Mesa has always been a part of my family. I went to Fuerte Elementary decades ago. My father medical practice has been at Grossmont for over 38 years and my Grandparents were active in the community since 1959. For me I see huge potential for growth and love the feeling of being part of this community.
- What was the last thing you got really excited about?
Well I was really excited and honored to be on the cover of Day & Night in last weeks Union Tribune. It was a great article not just about me but the happenings in La Mesa. It felt good to be able to talk about so many of the businesses and events happening in La Mesa.
- If you could only drink one beverage for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Sheldons Coffee of course…however in a few months my answer would change to Depot Springs Beer!
For more information on Aaron, and his improvements to La Mesa, you can read the latest two union tribune articles he was featured in:
Thank you Aaron for all you do to foster community and encourage the growth of this town we love. See you at Sheldon’s!