“First pot shop where I was made to feel like a scumbag for just trying to get in. Seattle Tonics was the first recreational store where someone outside of the building asked for my ID. He was wearing a solid color polo and khakis, no ID whatsoever himself which made me skeptical considering this is 120th and Aurora, but I still obliged by showing my license. However, when I suggested they should have him wear some ID so people don't think he's a random creep, he took great offense and told me to leave.
I don't live in Seattle, but my friends tell me it's normal for stores in the city to have a bouncer. The three stores I normally frequent all have an open door and if anyone asks for my ID, it's the person ringing me up.
For a store that promotes itself as Seattle's pot shop and brags about a 2,000 sqft. showroom, they sure don't want to make it easy to patronize.”