I've been meaning to write a review of this shop for quite a while now! Let me start by saying that there are half a dozen much closer dispensaries that I pass to get to 112th. I've visited many of them, but none even comes close in selection, staff, and overall atmosphere. Every employee at 112th is excellent – I'm not kidding – everyone I've come into contact with here is kind, friendly, and easy to interact with. I'm a bit shy, and they never fail to make me feel comfortable. Their prices are the best around, and their specials are great. BTW, on mobile the specials were hard to find on the Leafly app – just saying – extra sleuthing is required to get to the right page.
Of all of the shops around Puyallup/Spanaway/South Hill, this is the one that keeps the stuff in stock that you see on their menu. And if they don't have it, their suggestions for an alternative are spot-on and some even become new favorites. They don't try to push an indica on you when you were hoping for a sativa, or a really low-rated bud for one you picked that had five stars. At other dispensaries I've come in with a carefully chosen list and had almost nothing be in stock while the budtenders just look annoyed or tell me I must be mispronouncing or mis-spelling what I wanted (I'm looking at you, Gallery). I'm no expert; my stoner days were in the 70's and 80's when it was a baggy of sensimillia acquired by my brother – but I can read and research. I know what I want when I go in, for the most part.
I also want to give a shout out to their no-tips policy. I *always* tip when I go to a dispensary, but it's like going out to eat – if I'm paying in cash and can cover the meal but not the tip, I won't go. If I know I'll have to ask for change for a tip, I likewise will avoid going. Yes, I'm just that shy and awkward. It's a delight to go in to 112th, have a pleasant interaction, pay for your goods, and leave knowing the employees are, as they say, treated/paid decently. I asked once about tipping and they said if I really wanted to, I should leave them a review. It took me a year, but here it is, guys.