Pot Shops Near Woodland Park Zoo
|Woodland Park Zoo was designed by the Olmstead Brothers, who also designed the University of Washington and Notre Dame University among others and played an influential role in creating the National Park Service. It is the site of the first zoo immersion exhibit, that gives visitors the sense of being in the animals’ habitats while reducing visible barriers.Hours of Operation: The Zoo is open M-F, 9:30 am- 4 pm.
Policy & Cannabis Facts
Although it would seem that a zoo would be a nice place to get high, smoking cannabis is not allowed. As with any attraction that draws families and lots of children, this is not your best place for civil disobedience. As always, edibles is the discrete option. Please don’t feed the animals, especially not your edibles. Doing so could land you in a world of trouble and would not be fair or safe for the animals.
If you are into a menu of local food with seasonal variety and great attention to meal prep, this may be your place. ‘The Goat’ is also home to some quality mixed drinks. Although it has a reputation of being a bit “bougie”, many plates return to the kitchen clean. Great food reviews.
It’s a small space with nice decor and no nonsense burgers that some claim to be the best in Seattle. Vegetarians have raved about their veggie burger. House cut fries and Prices are reasonable but they only take cash or check. Come prepared.
Upscale seafood restaurant that prides itself on fresh caught local favorites. Not only do they prepare and serve the food, they have their own shellfish hatcheries, so they are certain of origin and quality. Inquire about the oyster and wine happy hour specials.
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