Here’s a breakdown of what you can and can’t do at the cannabis cafe.
Come in if you’re 21 or older and have a valid ID.
Smoke joints and vape both inside the dining room and on the side patio.
Smoke or consume edibles you bring from home for a small “tokage” fee, similar to a corkage fee.
Use your own bongs or pipes to smoke or rent one from the restaurant.
Drink beer or wine on the front patio once the restaurant secures its license postopening.
Make a reservation up to 30 days in advance. The cafe will accept walk-ins as well but reservations are recommended.
Request a bud and food pairing.
Take unfinished products home to consume later. (You can take your food leftovers though.)
Smoke on the front patio. The license does not allow for smoking on any front-facing outdoor area.
Drink beer or wine inside or on the side patio (drinking is permitted only on the front patio).
Smoke to the point that you’re incapacitated. There is no hard and fast ounce limit but there will be security at the door and your flower host will check on you periodically to make sure everyone is feeling safe and having a good time.
Order pizza. (Drummer is planning to put some form of flatbread on the menu at some point, though.)
Lowell Cafe will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. to start and plans to extend its hours to 2 a.m. by Halloween. Brady is hoping to introduce a breakfast menu and extend the cafe’s hours even further by opening at 8 a.m. in mid-November.