official licensing decision by the Department of Excise and Licenses. “There may be some odors caused by vaping, dabbing, and plant material, which, testified, will be controlled by the carbon filters and air purifiers. “
The Coffee Joint will be open to the public and demand a $5 entrance fee, despite not being a “club” with membership requirements. For customers of the neighboring dispensary the cover will be waived.
If licensed, hopeful weed spa operator Cindy Sovine will provide cannabis-infused massages, “ganja yoga” sessions, and an entire floor dedicated to cannabis consumption among patrons. “
Only one day after being awarded city approval, the Coffee Joint has yet to announce a grand opening date for its cannabis consumption program. The business is already welcoming in pot lovers who are anxious to see the 420-friendly cafe.