Cannabis dining

The mainstream is now serving cannabis-infused meals.

Nashville’s first marijuana bar and restaurant will open in July 2022. Buds & Brews will offer a menu of elevated American dishes, THC-infused sauces, which diners can add with spoons to their meals, cannabis desserts, and THC-infused drinks.

Santa Monica will soon have a cannabis-infused bar and restaurant, Nostalgia. It is set to open in April 2022. The bar offers cannabis-infused mocktails and cocktails, while diners may book a private dining room to enjoy cannabis-based meals prepared by Christopher Sayegh, a former Michelin-starred Chef. Sayegh, also known as the Herbal Chef, has become a leading expert in high-end cannabis-laced cuisine.

Bethany Gomez is the managing director of Brightfield Group, a research firm. She told Business Insider that mainstream cannabis-infused eating coincided with the pandemic. This observation is supported by the launch of several cannabis dining options during the pandemic. Canna Cafe, which launched in 2020, quickly built up a waiting list of 1,000 people and has expanded since. Patisserie Soma also launched in 2019 and serves cannabis-infused foods prepared by Michelin-starred New York City Chefs.

In 2018, we first published our report ” High Times” to track the growth of the cannabis industry. Since then, marijuana use and its mainstream acceptance have continued to grow from an alt-niche. Cannabis-infused food may soon be a common dinner choice. The New York Post published that New York was considering allowing pizza shops and casual restaurants to sell cannabis-infused foods. Recent data by cannabis research firm New Frontier Data shows that 69% of 18-26-year-olds prefer marijuana to alcohol.

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