Assembly Majority Leader Tony Atkins honored The Rose Wine Pub owner Susan Prise during Small Business Appreciation ceremonies in Sacramento.
(Sacramento) The Rose Wine Pub, a small neighborhood establishment in the South Park neighborhood of San Diego, was honored by Assembly Majority Leader Toni Atkins as the Small Business of the Year for the 78th Assembly District. The recognition was celebrated at a special luncheon and ceremony in Sacramento, attended by the pub’s owner, Susan Prise, and the Majority Leader.
“Rose Wine Pub is place to gather and relax with neighbors and friends in a pleasant, warm atmosphere of good food and drink,” says Atkins. “This local establishment captures the essence of the surrounding area and exemplifies why San Diego is known as a cosmopolitan city of neighborhoods.”
The Rose Wine Pub is named for the historic location it occupies, the restored 1927 Rose Grocery building, and in honor of the owner’s grandmother, Rose Miranda. The wine storage was constructed by a local craftsman and made from the reclaimed redwood of a historic South Park home.
Designed to encompass aspects of all four seasons, The Rose envelops customers in a mixture of materials such as reclaimed wood, stone, and metal. The wine selection features many small productions vineyards all over the world, offering customers the opportunity to taste options they may not find elsewhere.Address: 2219 30th Street, San Diego CA 92104 Phone: 619-280-1815 Web: http://www.therosewinepub.com Hours: Sun – Thu: 4:30 – 10pm Fri – Sat: 4:30 – 11pm Kitchen closes one hour before closing