Pacific Beach Flocks To Bar Ella For County Supervisor's Ultimate Appetizer Showdown

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Nearly 100 residents from Pacific Beach and Mission Beach flocked to Bar Ella last evening, as San Diego County Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer and the Pacific Beach Town Council hosted a one-of-a-kind event. The "Ultimate Appetizer Showdown" offered residents a relaxed setting to connect with Supervisor, sample culinary delights, and learn about investments in stormwater infrastructure upgrades to safeguard local beaches and bays from pollution. 

“Protecting our precious coastline is especially critical for communities like Pacific Beach,” said Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer, Vice Chair of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. “Our local economy and way of life depend on clean, beautiful beaches that families can cherish. I appreciate the passion P.B. residents have to keep our waters clean and fight back against the impacts of climate change.”

As the Pacific Beach representative on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, Supervisor Lawson-Remer regularly hosts outreach events to keep residents informed about county developments, and to hear their perspectives on local matters.

“This was a great way for our community to engage on the issues that matter most to us, in a casual and inviting setting,” said Supervisor Lawson-Remer. “I’m thankful so many people took time out of their week to join me and take in interest in what our County is doing.”

Attendees had the chance to enjoy a variety of different appetizers from Bar Ella, owned and managed by local resident Krista Barella. The new casual-fare restaurant opened in December of last year.