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States like Alaska, Oregon and Colorado allow certain types of private cannabis clubs and lounges, but Washington continues to restrict spaces for communal consumption.
Everything cannabis, pot, or weed in Seattle.
Seattle Marijuana Lounges, Bars & Coffeeshops
We are still in the very early phases of the cannabis industry, but it seems like it should be only a matter of time before we have marijuana lounges in Seattle, cannabis bars, coffeeshops, and/or shops where consumers can purchase and smoke weed. Maybe in time, the recreational marijuana shops will be allowed to have a smoking lounge. At the present time, Seattle does have its’ first cannabis night club.
There are a few obstacles that need to be overcome before Seattle would be introduced to Amsterdam style coffeeshops, but it only makes sense. Can you imagine walking into a bar and purchasing a beer, but you couldn’t drink it until you arrived home? Neither can we.
Once and if the local industry allows these cannabis bars, weed bars or smoke lounges, we will update this section. Until then, check out the first Seattle cannabis nightclub.
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