Denver- Tourists or residents without a place to consume cannabis are finally set to have a legal destination. The first cannabis cafe is now set to open in Denver.
The Denver Department of Excise and Licenses has issued a cannabis consumption establishment license for the Coffee Joint this week-making the shop the first legal business in Denver to allow on-site cannabis use.
The Coffee Joint will not be selling cannabis but customers 21 and over will be permitted to bring their own vape pens and edibles. Cannabis flower will only be allowed to be used within a vaporizer and cannot be smoked in in joints or pipes.
Although the Coffee Joint will not be selling cannabis directly, customers will not have to go very far. The Coffee Joint’s owners, Rita Tsalyuk and Kirill Merkulov, also 1136 Yuma, the cannabis dispensary located next door.
Once the Coffee Joint has its consumption license, customers will pay a $5 admission fee that includes a free cup of coffee. The admission fee will be waived for customers of 1136 Yuma.
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