“Main street marijuana is a great place to buy really good weed. It has a really friendly environment and the budtenders are knowledgeable and helpful. They're prices are really low, and the product is all top quality from what I've had. I still head up to Washington to save some money on quality bud.”
“You can't see or smell the buds before you buy so you're not sure if you're getting sticks & stems or quality stuff. I've been three times now and I've never gotten anything fresh. There are plenty other shops in the area that allow you to examine the product before purchase, I would recommend these shops instead. ”
“DO NOT BUY FROM THE GROWERS BOSS BUDS. The weed that we get here is usually decent, with the exception of Boss Buds. It is cheap as dirt and might as well be dirt for the quality. The staff here is always really nice, if not a bit aggressive when you are trying to make your decision. The vape cartridge selection here is nice, and not outlandishly priced.”
“This is the coolest weed store, Washington or Ore-Gone! Just my opinion, but I think it's true.
I always get a good vibe from the people who help me.
Best thing about them, their website. It's totally up to date. I make my choices at home, then go pick it up! How much easier can it be?
I like the fact that you can get cheap stuff if necessary!”
“Their marijuana is ok but this review is on staff and management of the business. First off, they treat employees like they are garbage beneath their feet. Second and most importantly for me as an artist. Msmj moves into downtown Vancouver aka THE ART DISTRICT and are snuffing local glass artist. They just insinuated that they will not be buying any more local glass, that they will be filling their glass shelve with cheep imports, in my opinion you can't move Into an art district and then tell the artists to kick rocks. Undercutting Our business in the art industry, they want cheep quantity of glass (not art) instead of locally made hand blown every piece custom. I will not be taking my business back to Msmj and would hope any lover of arts will go elsewhere as well and not support a business that is snuffing local artist in our are district.”