Escondido Saturday will be celebrating the community with the small businesses that make it special. Escondido’s downtown merchants, restaurants, art galleries and museums are coming together to help residents explore the neighborhood and discover Escondido’s hidden treasures.
On Saturday, November 25 visit participating locations to pick up a passport, collect stamps in your passport as you shop, dine and explore.
Enter your completed passport for a chance to win prizes that are as unique as the businesses you will discover. When complete turn your passport into Spiritivity, located at 102 W. Grand Avenue.
Michelle Geller, the city’s economic development manager, told The Times-Advocate: “We are thrilled that so many of Escondido’s small businesses have come together to promote Small Business Saturday. Escondido has great small businesses, from restaurants to boutiques to salons. I hope this year’s event encourages people to explore Escondido’s small business community on Saturday, and throughout the holiday shopping season.”
Participating businesses include: Distinction Gallery, Escondido Arts Association, Patio Playhouse, Stone & Glass, Spiritivity, San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum, Ecovivarium, Seven Salon & Nail Bar, The Grand Tea Room, Kettle Coffee and Tea, Custcation Salvadorian cuisine, Sunnyside Café, Laurel Glen, Vinklectic, MIYO, H Brothers, The Sculpture Salon, Sip Wine and Beer, Something Old, Something New, Bridal Boutique, Rosie’s Café, Roynon Museum, Escondido Arts Center, Cline Design, Vinz Wine Bar, Hawthorne Country Store.