Have you seen Vista’s ‘potter on the hill?’

Joe Servais has been turning clay into functional works of art since 2009 and selling the cups, bowls, pots and more from the Vista Farmers Market every Saturday.

The self-taught potter has attracted a loyal customer base for his handmade pottery, including custom works he creates from his Vista studio.

Welcome to Falcon Hill Pottery, another Vista Made success story captured in our latest video.

VistaIsOpen.com is a free service provided to all Vista, California businesses by the City of Vista.

The Districts

daily-specials-map

NORTHSIDE

Rich with Vista’s heritage including Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum, Rancho Guajome Adobe and Vista Skate Park

WESTSIDE

Easy Hwy. 78 access to commercial district of shops and restaurants including the famous Vista Farmer’s Market

DOWNTOWN

Vista’s “walk-around” Downtown Arts District featuring theaters, restaurants, six craft breweries, dozens of independent shops, music venues and public art everywhere

SOUTHSIDE

Home to many of Vista’s famous craft beverage spots including beer, wine, kombucha, hard seltzer along with many onsite restaurants