Posted By Brooke Dixon
November 08, 2023
What Makes Mesa City Limitless®?
At Visit Mesa, we pride our city on being City Limitless®. This is made possible with the surrounding, amazing community made up of an incredible mix of people. This community celebrates authenticity and standing out among the rush of day to day. Watch the videos below, featuring some of the outstanding, local businesses we are proud to have right here in Mesa.
"What does City Limitless mean to you?"
Jarrod's Coffee, Tea & Gallery, Jarrod Martinez
This city really is limitless. Within just three years of opening, Jarrod’s Coffee, Tea & Art Gallery transformed from a jewelry and art store to a coffee shop that also sold art and jewelry. Jarrod emphasizes how he couldn’t be here in Mesa without the community. Learn more about his thoughts on City Limitless by watching the video above.
Miss Dessert, Harry Yu
Miss Dessert is oh so sweet! Owner Harry Yu simply hoped to share a taste of his hometown and was greeted by the love and support of the Mesa community. He is so proud of the growth Miss Desert has seen, but hopes to remain that local restaurant that sticks to their authentic taste. Watch the video below to learn more about Miss Desert and the owner behind it all.
Hope's Frybread, Hope Peshlakai
At Hope’s Frybread, the owner Hope Peshlakai believes that food can transport you to a certain time and place. Inspired by her grandmother’s cooking, this restaurant is truly based on connection through delicious foods. Watch the video to learn how she implements her Navajo culture into her love for community.
Knuckle Sandwiches, Roscoe Smith
Knuckle Sandwiches centers itself on happiness and bringing people together. Owner Roscoe Smith has a passion for food and loves seeing her customers happy, so combining the two is one of his greatest joys. This video focuses on his relationship with Mesa and how it has become his home away from home. Watch below to learn more.
Local Gather, Acacia Rayford & Madeline Ham
Crafts meet community at Local Gather where local businesses truly gather as one to sell their products. Owners Acacia Rayford and Madeline Harn feel as though their business wouldn’t be possible without the community. Check out what makes them so special by watching the video above.
Republica Empanada, Marco Meraz
Looking for some of the best American-style empanadas? Check out Mesa 's Republica Empanada. Owner Marco Meraz attributes the restaurant’s success to the wonderful community that has allowed for people to gather and celebrate good food. Watch the video to learn more about this family-grown business.
Mesa would not be what it is today without the amazing community that makes it truly City Limitless. Businesses like these capture the Mesa experience and what it means to be a Mesa resident.