“Awesome that this place is now rec! Unbeatable location for people in LQA. Atmosphere was basic but the employees were friendly. Selection of cartridges was disappointing, only a handful of common strains. Flower menu looked pretty good.”
“Little small in size and selection. Not sure whether this is good or bad, as it gives it that "neighborhood dispensary" feel. REAL laid back atmosphere with friendly budtenders. Door wide open, walk on in, show ID, and shop. Good experience, I'd drop cash there again. ”
“This place needs a menu, online or otherwise. They have a chalkboard which does not seem to relate to their stock. Taxes are not included in prices on said chalkboard. Some of the staff are excellent, some are quite rude. Prices are on the high side. Great location, great product, could be a great store with a few improvements.”
“Awesome above and beyond service. I was accidentally sold a display item with no actual product in it. walked back expecting a "nothing we can do" but they figured out what happened and swapped it out no questions asked. Super cool and knowledgeable staff, guy who looks like Colin Ferrell, and some of the best concentrates I've encountered. Wish I lived near here. ”
“I was lucky enough to visit Green Anne on their first day of business. The most important thing for me with any store I go in to is the atmosphere and the customer service. This place was chill, very friendy and informative. I'm not from Seattle but Green Anne is now my first port of call any time I go back.”
“The samples they had out were pretty nice looking and smelled really good but I was kind of bummed that things were pre-packaged and pretty dried out.. Discovered this well after I left the place..foxy lady was the strain I bought ”
“I can't seem to update my last review, but I have no problems giving it another five star review! After sending my caregiver and the further interactions, I wouldn't take stars off in any category. I'd maybe add more if I could.
The owner is very involved, and that's a great way for it to be. Almost immediately after my last review, the ADA label was removed (they apparently had a ramp in the past) and I was given the owner's direct email if I had any more questions. For others in wheelchairs, the location has two small steps out front - you can maybe muscle up it if you're in a manual and have mastered that skill, you can definitely have a friend help you in the door. It's not something I would be confident in doing solo, but I might just have to get someone to help me inside sometime to talk to them myself.
I have a high level of confidence in the amount of information that is available to me at this location, and will definitely be going back for more in the future. This is a place where somebody cares about what they are offering, cares about the well-being of the establishment, and cares about the experience of the patients who go there.”