As some Americans think of moving to Canada, we look north to the cannabis scene which has advanced socially more there than in America. Here in pictures, are the leading public spots to hang out with Mary Jane Green, on visit or if you move north from the homeland. When walking into Vancouver’s New Amsterdam
As some Americans think of moving to Canada, we look north to the cannabis scene which has advanced socially more there than in America.
Here in pictures, are the leading public spots to hang out with Mary Jane Green, on visit or if you move north from the homeland.
When walking into Vancouver’s New Amsterdam Cafe, you see that every table in the place is set up with a Volcano. They also have a nice selection of glass pieces to choose from if vaping isn’t your thing.
With the advent of e-cigarettes and other electronic apparatus, vapor lounges are in up within the Great White North.
Though the title seems to place this location in Illinois, this is another Vancouver head-friendly spot that also offers pizza to cure that side effect of munchies. On their website they say “We strive to offer healthy food in a pot friendly environment with a positive attitude,” as they cook up some tasty hemp-heart fortified pizzas for patrons to enjoy once the munchies hit. This Pot/Pie shop was established in 2014.
Probably the newest vapor lounge in Canada, BuzzOn took up shop in the nation’s capital on 4.20.2015. They offer comfy sofa’s, flat tables, vaporizers and papers free of charge, with some classy glassware available for rent. They operate one of the only vape lounges in Ottawa and offer live stand-up comedy on Saturday nights.
Toronto, on the other hand being cosmopolitan and sophisticated, operates many vape lounges geared to fit your frame of reference and tourist outlook.
Conveniently located beside the 7,500 square foot Cannabis Culture Superstore, you can pick up a new piece and test it out at the vapor lounge. Vapor Central claims to be the largest, coolest and greatest vapor lounge in Toronto, warmly welcoming any medical cannabis users, cannabis enthusiasts and activists alike.
Located about 2 blocks from Lake Ontario, Vape on the Lake offers free Wi-Fi so you can facetime during your sesh, plenty of smoking devices to choose from, and “Jokes on the Water” open mic comedy every Monday hosted by Paul ‘SativaKing’ Thompson.
Repping a vape patio or “potio” gives the Hot Box Cafe a unique twist compared to other popular marijuana cafes. The Hot Box Cafe has a Arizer V-Tower (Canadian Made Vaporizer on par with the Volcano) on every table. The annual 4:20 party is something with a plethora of live entertainment, prizes and all around fun times, a great way to spend your favorite holiday.