Places to go in Mira Mesa

Mira Mesa Events

Spring Bubbles Brunch

Spring Bubbles Brunch

Charlie & Echo

Sunday, April 28, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Leader In Me Celebration

Hickman Elementary

Thursday, May 30, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Mira Mesa News & Stories

San Diego pot producers challenged by rivals

Urbn Leaf goes after Golden State Greens

As cannabis facilities grow, so does the traffic around them. Emissions increase, air quality degrades. Yet the San Diego City Council is ignoring those environmental impacts. That’s what several appeals of permits for three new ...

A new place to dim sum

Come early to Mira Mesa but not too early

It wasn’t until I entered Fung Fung Yuen that I realized I’d never set foot in a dim sum restaurant that was this new. The carpet was spotless, there were no nicks on the back ...

22 dope growers want permits in Mira Mesa

Kearny Mesa second place with 10 applicants

The city has 40 golden tickets, also known as permits, to hand out to those wanting to cultivate cannabis locally. There are currently 66 applicants vying for those permits. There are no limitations as to ...

History lessons with a side of suds

Longship Brewery's lectures on beer-drinking Vikings and beer topics

Longship Brewery opened in 2016 with two specific areas of interest: Vikings and beer. Thanks to a new lecture series Longship is hosting in its Mira Mesa tasting room, beer fans are getting an opportunity ...

Pacific Beach's high crime problem

"Police are doing the best job they can under impossible circumstances."

Pacific Beach continues to be one of San Diego's highest crime neighborhoods, according to new stats released by the San Diego Police Department. Public records indicate the beachside entertainment hotspot ranked in the top five ...

Mira Mesa Photos

Mira Mesa High School Sapphire Sound ...

California/San Diego native plant display trail, ...

Mira Mesa by Golden-Moment Photography

A grove of trees near Lake ...

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