“The parking here is good, but can become tricky on a crowded day. A simple gravel lot without lines, so you kind of DIY, but it does fit somewhat with the aesthetic of the building's facade which, along with its name, implies a sort of rural agrarian air not unfamiliar to Oregonians.
The building proudly lined inside as it is outside with bright wooden panels which again play into the dispensary's agrarian theme. The staff checking you in are very friendly and professional, and they have seating available in case lines form here as they inevitably do when things are crowded.
Inside you find what I assert is something wholly unique. I went on a tour of every dispensary between Ashland and Gold Hill, and there is no other shop that present their product quite like Pharm to Table. The phrase "Museum Quality" comes to mind.
The buds are suspended on small skewers atop a glassy mirrored surface kept safe beneath tall plastic domes. There is one choice bud per strain, and they all look absolutely dazzling. Below each you'll find the appropriate card with a brief description of the product and all the relevant facts and figures. Then there are clear mason jars which you may open to smell the product if you so wish.
No other dispensary in the valley has thought through their presentation like this, and it truly makes Pharm to Table a unique experience.
The downside is that there isn't more of it. There were maybe 8-10 strains available when I visited and things were a bit crowded which made things uncomfortable, but also perhaps added to the allure. It feels like the product is in greater demand when the room is full.
The staff were polite and knowledgeable about their specific products and the subject in general.
The immaculate presentation of their product is, I feel, contrasted with a fairly basic presentation behind the counter. Here I think they could improve by carrying through the implication of quality that their fantastic presentation suggests.
Instead of seeing half empty plastic gallon jars stacked on an otherwise unadorned shelf they could improve by adding even some drapey layers of dark velvet beneath each jar.
Overall I would give them a B. I hope they can improve their selection, pave their lot, and find a more consistent presentation of their product behind the counter as well as in front of it.”