SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — There are many Hispanic-owned and operated businesses across San Diego County that CBS 8 will be shining the spotlight on across our community. It is important to businesses across all industries that the community considers shopping local in San Diego.
To share your favorite Hispanic-owned San Diego business, please submit the name and information through the CBS 8 app or text (858) 571-8888. We will be featuring businesses each weekday in CBS 8 newscasts throughout the months of September and October.
Attorney Jessica Pride specializes in sex assault cases. She has been a leading victims advocate in San Diego and beyond for years.
With the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, we're featuring local businesses. Today's business started with a small restaurant and now has multiple locations around town.
El Tapatio is located in Imperial Beach and has been a staple in the community since 1979.
This business helps people, especially the elderly or empty nesters, organize the process of downsizing. They also help with estate sale planning.
The Flower Connection in Chula Vista has been around for over 30 years selling beautiful floral arrangements.
Tropical Star is both a restaurant and specialty market in Clairemont that has been family-owned for decades.
The first Fisher's restaurant opened in Mexico 35 years ago and has recently expanded to San Diego.
Nexstaff is a recruiting agency that helps people find jobs and employers find qualified candidates.
This coffee franchise started in Colorado the owner of the Chula Vista spot says it's always been a dream to own a cafe.
El Borrego has been around for over 18 years and is known for its lamb barbacoa.
Browboss Brow and Beauty offers semipermanent makeup services and microblading.