PCA San Diego is trying something new with our monthly Cars and Coffee event and you’re invited to join in on the fun. Instead of going to the same location every month, we’re going to trial something new where we rotate the location every month to a new place.
For the month of March, please join us for a visit back to Jessie’s Bake Shop. ‘
– With this change in structure, we’re also implementing a highlight for each month of Cars and Coffee. Please note that ALL Porsche Models are welcome but the 993s are the highlight for the month of January.
– Although we tried to select locations with restroom facilities, please keep in mind that the public restrooms may be closed during the event and we have no control over the facilities so please plan accordingly.
NOTE: The coffee truck will not be available this month; coffee is available at Jessie’s!
Meet at: Jessie’s Bake Shop, 12075 Carmel Mountain Rd #207, San Diego, CA 92128
Highlight for the month: the 993
With the warming spring air right around the corner, what better way to enjoy than to showcase the last of the air cooled 911’s. Please bring out those 993 air-cooled Porsche’s for all to see and enjoy!
Please know that when you’re attending these events, you’re representing Porsche Club of America San Diego Region and the greater Porsche community. The locations that we select are all in our own neighborhoods with many folks walking around whether it be with kids, dogs, grand parents, friends, tourists, etc. With that being said, please enter/exit the event and community in a clam, safe, respectful, quiet, and responsible manner. That means no revving your engine. No loud music. No speeding. No Tokyo Drifting. Hopefully, you get the message.
We do not want to receive complaints and then jeopardize these events as they have been very well received. Please do not be the one to ruin it for the rest of us.
Lastly, since there is only one of me, if you witness someone doing anything that jeopardizes the event, please call them out on the spot and bring it to my attention. We’re all in this together and sometimes, it takes a village.