This ones for WA state smokers... Given the current regulations/laws on marijuana, I believe a pot cafe is ready to open up in WA state, Seattle specifically. Those who live in our state have noticed the one thing that allows dispensaries to open up: LOCATION. We have one city that willingly opened up 5 dispensaries on the same block but as soon as you cross the street the next city will reject your dispensary and call it illegal. Also, Seattle led the way a few years ago by voting marijuana be the lowest priority for police in the city. I believe Tacoma did the same recently. So back to the cafe idea. This marijuana cafe will open up like a normal coffeeshop; similar to Starbucks or Tully's. Through word of mouth, we will let the locals know that the cafe is pot friendly and we welcome them to bring their own supply and hangout. The cafe will only sell drinks, per packaged foods, and smoke shop stuff (bongs/pipes/papers/etc). They will rent out vaporizers/bongs for the days use at the cafe. If anyone's ever been to the pot block in Vancouver bc, this is exactly like that. For those who don't know, Canada has these all over. I've only been to the block in BC, but here's how it works. The locals realized that the people wanted a pot cafe and that the government only cares about busting big grow ops and dealers. While marijuana was still considered an illegal drug, the owners of the cafe got together with the city and reached to verbal agreement that the cops won't bust their customers when they open. The key was that no pot would be sold at the store and if they ever did raid the store all they'd find are personal amounts. Now I'm not sure if this is exactly how it went down so someone can correct me, but this is the story I've heard. So after the first one opened, multiple shops opened in the area and soon after other Canadian cities began to copy. To me, the USA has reached this point in many cities, Seattle being the first that comes to mind because I live here . So whats going to happen on opening day? Will there be a 4:20 smoke out that forever changes the way we smoke pot in this country? Or will it be Tacoma Hempfest all over again with half the crowd going home with mini citations?