With a newly opened restaurant, marijuana brand Lowell Farms combines cannabis and cuisine in the USA's first café of its kind

Cannabis has been legal California for a while, but the Golden State is just now opening its doors to new kinds of marijuana experiences. In a new beginning for the state, Lowell Farms, California's first-ever cannabis-friendly restaurant, has opened its doors in Los Angeles.

The aim is to provide a community space where guests can participate in consumption socially, as regulations currently don't allow use in public spaces. The café is overseen by head chef Andrea Drummer, who has experience in crafting THC-infused dishes. The menu offers modern takes on Californian cuisine, each designed to complement marijuana. Importantly, the dishes are not cannabis-infused because of national legislation.

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