Nail Salons, Antique Booth and Food Trucks Get Business Licenses

La Mesa announces 70 businesses holding new licenses, including 35 based outside the city.

Manicurists Nails By Terri Honey Thi Tran, both at 5290 Baltimore Drive were among 70 operations issued La Mesa business licenses in June.

Also licensed last month (out of the same location) were estheticians Christina Wilson and Kristen McClure.

Several food-related businesses also were licensed, including Premier Gourmet LLC on Lake Murray Boulevard, Wild Alaska Fish Market on Dallas Street, and God Save the Cuisine and Underdogs Gastro Truck, both of which will operate out of the city, according to last month’s roster (see attached) posted on the city website.

The farthest flung licensee was Buehner Construction, Inc. of Salt Lake City, UT. 

Also of note:

  • Czech, Morariam And Slovak Festival at 4795 Memorial Drive, for a special event
  • DBA Smart Kids Center at Grossmont Center
  • And Goin Retro—an antique business—at 8600 La Mesa Blvd.

La Mesa-Mount Helix Patch offers all new businesses in town a free online listing in the Places directory in which business owners can claim their listing and update their information—again for free—at any time.

To claim a listing, a business owner or operator must be registered with La Mesa Patch. Being a registered user of La Mesa-Mount Helix Patch affords the ability to post announcements and calendar items—as well as comment on articles and upload photos, documents and videos.

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