The first-ever cannabis cafe in the U.S. has officially opened in Los Angeles. The Lowell Cafe declared an end to “prohibition” as it opened the doors of the West Hollywood weed haven to the public Tuesday.
Lowell Cafe is a hybrid weed lounge and restaurant where you can order up some pot along with your meal. The cafe boasts a “Dab Bar” for the more experienced cannabis consumer as well as a “Flower House” with hosts who can help customers, including novices, choose their perfect “flower.”
In 2018, it became legal to sell and distribute cannabis through a regulated business in the state. In 2019, new regulations for cannabis businesses were passed, with strong restrictions on selling and advertising to anyone under 21.
There are currently more than 10,000 licensed cannabis operators in California, making it the largest cannabis market in the country, according to the state’s cannabis portal.
Recreational use of marijuana has been legalized in nearly a dozen states, and 65% of Americans now think it should be legal — a record high in.
Most view marijuana as less harmful than alcohol and believe it is less dangerous than other drugs. Many opponents of legalization, however, think it leads to a rise in crime and favor the federal government taking action to stop the sale of pot in states that allow it.
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