Pot, it’s what’s for lunch?Posted On: Oct. 1, 2019 11:55 AM CST
Employers in Los Angeles grappling with what to do when it comes to workplace drug testing and pot legalization might hope their employees avoid this place for lunch.
Lowell Farms: A Cannabis Café opened in trendy West Hollywood this week amid much fanfare.
Boasting marijuana and food pairings in a courtyard adorned with olive trees and a restaurant lined with an air filtration system, the new lunch and dinner joint aims to show the world that pot can be just as acceptable and crave-able as gooey nachos or a sloppy pulled-pork sandwich, both on the menu, according to media reports.
One patron told CBS News this week she’s glad she “doesn’t have to lie about her marijuana use at work and that dining at a place that encourages smoking while eating is just a reflection of how far recreational pot has come.”
“I think it’s part of getting rid of that stigma that negative stigma on marijuana as a whole,” the customer told a reporter.