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If you are one of the many who were thrilled when the Adult Use of Mairjuana Act (Proposition 64) was first passed in California or the 13% of Americans who identify as cannabis users, you are probably enjoying the new edibles, cleaner and stronger cannabis and cannabis-infused drinks now available to you legally and without restriction.

San Francisco has 46 pharmacies and delivery services and the growth is not going to slow down anytime soon. But what are the must-try scenes that should be on your radar? We’re here to help you track them down so you don’t miss any of the hot spots.

Social cannabis consumption

California has the largest market share of the legal pot in the US. Of the 10 states that have legalized recreational use of cannabis, only California allows onsite consumption at authorized dispensaries as long as they have city approval in compliance with safety and fire codes.

West Hollywood was one of the first cities to lead the way in creating and popularizing these new social environments. These all-in-one pharmacies have done their best to appeal to target audiences, some lounges including a bar and even a small museum showcasing the history and interesting facts about cannabis in West Hollywood. It has reshaped the social and cultural landscape in the state.

San Francisco is now not far behind with 46 dispensaries today with a second wave of 47 applications, all eager to introduce new ideas and creations to spread cannabis use and popularity.

Barbara Coast was one of the first lounges to enter San Francisco. It offers a bar where different types and forms of cannabis are consumed instead of alcohol. It looks like a typical bar, with TVs showing sporting events and tables and chairs. The only difference is that there is a time limit (30 minutes) and there are cannabis specialists (such as mixologists) to help you experiment with the right kind of pot.

Other lounges, such as Urbana, offer a lounge where you can work, socialize or attend one of the many events throughout the month. It offers interesting seminars such as Dim sum & dab where you experience the popular cuisine through the new lens of cannabis infusion.

Moe Greens, the largest cannabis lounge area in SF, has multiple lounges, including one for cannabis-infused cocktails and another for vaping and edibles. It has “budtenders” everywhere (get it?) Located in a civic center, Moe Greens also hosts many community-friendly events such as comedy nights and jazz nights so you’ll never be short of entertainment during your stay.

Culinary meets Cannabis

Like wine, weeds grow and are grown on farms. And like wine, cannabis farmers and packers have found a way to connect directly with their end users through tourism. There is no shortage of tours in SF for anyone wanting to learn more about cannabis production. There are city tours where you can learn about San Francisco’s culture and evolution as you end your trip in a pharmacy/cannabis lounge. Select tours will take you to Mendocino Country so you can see the cannabis farms for yourself.

There has always been a close bond between cannabis fans and culinary enthusiasts. We have many world-renowned chefs openly sharing their experimental cannabis-infused dishes. Given the popularity of edibles, this bond is only expected to grow stronger.

And when the food industry joins in on this, you know the wine people will too. Another popular destination for a farm tour is the Emerald Farm in Sonoma. Weed and wine are harvested close together. That’s why it’s only natural that there are now weed and wine tours in Sonoma where you can experience the wonderful combination of both vices.

In addition to tourism, we see that some tour operators are also offering cannabis fans the opportunity to create their own cannabis-infused creations. They offer marijuana cooking classes for those looking to introduce cannabis into their regular diet and kitchen. As San Francisco adopts more and more cannabis cafes and culinary centers, you will see more and more of these events in your community.

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