By: David DiPino Contributing Writer
An eclectic collection of pop-culture furniture with fancy rugs, chairs, couches chairs and paintings can be found at Dizzy Rock on Federal Highway.
During a recent re-grand-opening, local South Technical Education Center teacher Bonnie Jo-Hertz enjoyed shopping at Dizzy Rock, which borders her Los Mangos neighborhood, while sipping wine during the Friday night festivities. The wine was a treat for the special event courtesy of Dizzy Rock owner, Chris Estrada and his staff.
“You have to walk through this store a few times to see everything,” Bonnie-Jo Hertz said.
Dizzy Rock’s landmark is a larger than life gorilla just near the front door. It’s worth a stop at Dizzy Rock just to take a fun selfie with the gorilla.
Dizzy Rock is also known for its unique wallpaper and upholstery prints.
At the re-opening, Australian recording artist Lee Coulter flew in from his home base in the San Diego music scene to croon to local families on his undersized but big sounding acoustic guitar.
Couler recently had a No. 1 hit in Australia and New Zealand and climbed to No. 37 on iTunes with his single We You Me.
For more information, visit dizzyrockfurniture.rocks