There was once a time not so long in the distant past where individuals wanting to enjoy cannabis had to do it in secret. For much of the last 100 years, cannabis users have had to hide their actions for fear of getting into legal trouble. One had to procure and partake in the shadows.
Where one didn’t have many options when cannabis was illegal, they have the very best today, including a live rosin vape prepared in the purest of ways. Cannabis laws are ever-evolving, and the state of California seems to be at the forefront of discussion regarding the topic. History has recently been made in West Hollywood that will soon allow cannabis users some long-awaited time in the sun.
Lowell Cafe All The Way
California state laws have made it difficult for a business to run a cannabis consumption lounge. Lowell Cafe has found a way to appease state law by getting creative with the way they attained their licensure. Those visiting the 20,000 square foot lot in West Hollywood will find three distinct areas at Lowell Cafe.
Lowell Farms had to essentially be split into two separate businesses to comply with state law. On one side is a restaurant and the other a retail establishment dedicated to cannabis. The 1,600 square-foot cafe has exceptional food served up by famous chef Andreea Drummer. With loads of experience in the culinary field with training under greats such as Neal Fraser and Thomas Keller, Drummer will get guests taste buds going with delight. The cafe section of Lowell Cafe allows one to eat and drink non-alcoholic beverages, but cannabis consumption is prohibited. Guests will have to go to one of two lounges to partake in cannabis consumption from their live rosin vape or pre-rolled joint.
The indoor lounge is 2,500 square feet and allows for smoking, vaping and consuming cannabis via edibles. One can head outside to enjoy the smoking garden offering 1,800 square feet to socialize and enjoy cannabis in whichever way one pleases. It truly is a brilliant idea from Lowell Farms to open up Lowell Cafe. It wasn’t without much fight and perseverance, something the Lowell family is no stranger to.
On The Farm
William “Bull” Lowell began growing Indian Hemp on his farm in 1909. He enjoyed the sensation of growing and enjoying his hemp on the central California Coast. Henry J. Finger was pointing his business where it didn’t belong when he manipulated legislation prohibiting cannabis growth and its use. Finger helped pass a law in 1913, but that didn’t mean Mr. Lowell was going to back down from something he believed in.
Lowell refused to stop growing, so Finger shut down his farm and eventually would help to throw him in jail. The Lowell family continues the tradition of producing the finest cannabis around. It’s always organic at Lowell Farms.
Cannabis consumers had to go through the black market for many years in California to get their fix. People in states around the country are still doing this depending on the level of legality in one’s state. Often one would have to take what they could get without much choice when it came to cannabis. The matters have changed in California.
Lowell Farms offers the highest quality of cannabis. Whether in flower form or a live rosin vape, one isn’t going to get harmful chemicals and pesticides in the products offered at Lowell. No toxins or solvents, just a smooth pull from a live rosin vape. Lowell Farms is dedicated to the wonders of the cannabis plant, and honor the legacy that started long ago by growing with care and sustainable practices. Visitors to Lowell Cafe are surely in for a treat in a unique atmosphere when it opens on September 24.