Women’s History Month

Written by North County CM – Danny W

With Women’s History Month, we’d like to recognize and show some appreciation to these amazing businesses founded and owned by women. North County is overflowing with enterprising women, and they deserve love all year round. Grab your friends and visit some of them now!

Nice & Easy Smog Check – Temecula

“Absolutely would give 10 stars if I could. I was dreading getting my car & my brother’s car smog checked, but I would gladly come back here in a heartbeat. I walked in with no appointment for both cars and was helped immediately, out the door in less than 30 minutes. Both mother and daughter made great conversation with me and seemed to really enjoy getting to know their customers.” – Mia C

Looking for that perfect gift for any occasion?

The Perfect Pineapple 

“They have lots of unique stuff and I ended up buying two glasses for liquor. One for myself that says something about whiskey and the other for a friend that says something about happiness. Cool little place to browse, stop in and say hi!.” – Alfred A 

Fancy a drink?

Second Chance Beer Company

“Amazing! They have a wide selection of beer. I had a sour and it was great… so I ordered two more! They have darts and corn hole if you want to hang out with friends, and they have plenty of space for large or small parties.” – Heather B


“Woah, Escondido! I really like the hipster, clean decor. Barista bent over backwards to find a non-caffeinated drink for me. Next time, we’ll try a waffle. Peaceful spot, good for getting work done.” –Sharon L

How about a bite to eat?

Miss Kim’s by That Boy Good

“I ordered the chicken and waffles and the red river punch. I loved the chicken and waffles. This is definitely some of the best fried chicken I’ve had––juicy, tender, and delicious. The fries were scrumptious and there were a lot of them!” – Gabbi W


Need to work it off?

Mello Yoga

“This is the most delightful yoga studio I have ventured in to… I am most impressed by the amount of love that envelopes you as you venture about.” –Annemargaret B.