Go for a conventionally Californian meal (such as a breakfast burger with white cheddar and smashed avocado) or a stonerific creation such as Fruity Pebbles bread pudding. The outdoor patio is a dreamy place to spend a long Sunday morning, and the pub vibe inside has people clinking glasses of orange-turmeric juice between puffs of prerolled joints. The bud menu rotates weekly, so ask a “flower host” (the person taking your weed order) for food pairing suggestions. The flower host can also help suggest equipment rentals—a ceramic pipe, for instance—based on your purchase and experience level. Original Cannabis Cafe is understandably popular, so if you’re not able to snag a reservation, try stopping by Monday through Thursday before 7 p.m., when the café is most walk-in friendly.
Keep an eye out for Aeon Botanika, a new social consumption lounge, and Budberry, the first edibles-only café, both due to open in West Hollywood in the coming months. Time to explore the 420-friendly city (you’re here on a trip, after all). Don’t forget to enlist a designated driver or rideshare—you may not be drunk, but you’ll still be under the influence. Romp around the Urban Light installation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), or ponder existence and extinction at the La Brea Tar Pits next door. Cinephiles should catch a classic flick at the New Beverly Cinema, where owner and Oscar-winner Quentin Tarantino curates the theater’s 35mm programming. Or spend way too long in Book Soup, an independent bookstore with stellar staff recommendations and frequent events.
If you have energy to burn, head up to Runyon Canyon for a hike and endless people watching. Depending on your hunger levels, you may want to swing by Fōnuts, a doughnut purveyor where the carbs are always baked instead of fried and always gluten free. Many of the flavors are also vegan, including vanilla latte, raspberry, and peanut butter–chocolate. If you’re hankering for a full meal, the Bazaar by José Andrés in Beverly Hills will satisfy both your hunger and your current sense of playfulness—be wowed by the margarita with salt foam in place of a salted rim, or the bursting mozzarella spherifications in a caprese salad. For something with a little less molecular gastronomy but an equally elegant and delicious meal, look to Nobu. The sashimi-grade fish and elevated classics (wagyu gyoza, anyone?) are not to be missed. Keep in mind that this is a fine dining experience, so it’s better suited for a pleasant comedown from your high, not a place to ride out the peak of your first weed experience. If you are traveling to a destination where marijuana is not legal, you can’t bring it with you. Inside the airport, LAX’s marijuana policy allows individuals 21 and older to possess the same amount of cannabis that is legal anywhere else in California. But TSA is still federally operated, so it may not allow your ganja through security, even if you are traveling within the state or to another state where pot is legal. Not all counties are ready, but we've got some key points and a list of places where you can legally buy recreational cannabis in Los Angeles (if you're over 21 years old, of course). Make sure to check back often, we'll be updating this page as more recreational shops open their doors! Special offer: Interested in the delivery of licensed cannabis products? Use code " SUMMERSTARTER " for 30% off your first Emjay order. For more offers, view our guide for L.A.'s top cannabis delivery services. Age restrictions: You must be over 21 years old to visit a licensed recreational shop. You must be over 18 years old and have a medical marijuana card to visit a licensed medical marijuana shop. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our list of the best places to get your rec in LA. It’s legal but that doesn’t mean you can take a marijuana smoke break on the sidewalk at work, cannabis must be consumed in private. Adults 21 years old and older can possess up to one ounce of weed or eight grams of concentrated cannabis in public and grow up to six plants per residence. Country Price 1 kg Parcel to Ohio from £11.39 * Get a quote 5 kg Parcel to Ohio from £28.31 * Get a quote 15 kg Parcel to Ohio from £55.76 * Get a quote 20 kg Parcel to Ohio from £66.40 * Get a quote *VAT and surcharges may apply.
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