“If you tried the atomic goat and thought it was dank, ouch. This cannabis they sold me was not cured or flushed properly. It tasted like nutes, hurt the throat, and never turned white- at all after smoking. The cute shop attendant wanted to sell me an eighth of crazy train shake for $12 a gram, ouch. I bought 1 gram of small nugs and it was a good bud, but these were the only 2 appealing strains in the store. They just raised cartridge prices on who and select by 12.5% also. :(”
“was really disappointed! I drove 2 1/2 hours just for a certain strain, my budtender (who was a lady) was very rude and to busy talking to the employees instead of focusing on the customer, I wasn't impressed with the quality of flower. I would NEVER shop here again!”
“Customer Service: Amazing. Mike, Shad, Matt, Jacob, Heather, and Darrel are rock stars. They all know their shit.
Atmosphere: Friendly, clean, awesome people. Any time I go in there they have a variety of different buds and typically have some great specials for their $18 and $25 eighths. Looking for something a little more powerful? They've got some top shelf bud that usually ranges about $35 an eighth; great prices in comparison to other dispensaries. As well, they always have a nice selection of prerolls, and is literally the only dispensary I know of that lets you get 4 prerolls for $20, and these are 1 gram joints. Anywhere else you go, I can guarantee you won't find any prerolls for less than 12 dollars for one, and don't have any specials for buying in bulk.
To the other people that left shitty reviews:If you're expecting Sativa and receive an Indica, your budtender probably didn't know their shit, and apparently neither did you; but I would bet any day of the week, it wasn't sold to you from anyone listed above.
Adding to that, if you were told you were receiving one thing from the budtender and later identified it was the opposite of what you had ordered, use the iPads they have literally sitting in front of the bud shelves that you can use to search for a strain on Leafly. You clearly know how to leave a review on Leafly, but apparently don't know how to perform a cursory search for a strain from a website whose only job is to literally query results for strain types and their effects, aside from telling you where these strains are in regard to which dispensaries are currently carrying them.”