Pot Stores Near the Ballard Locks (Hiram M. Chittenden Locks)
|The Ballard Locks were constructed by the US Army Corps of Engineers in 1917. The complex of locks are part of the Lake Washington Ship Canal. Over one million visitors a year come to the Locks to see salmon migrate through the fish ladders. The Ballard Locks are the busiest ship locks in the US.Hours of operation:May-September: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. open daily
October-April: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Policy & Cannabis Facts
The Ballard Locks are a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers endeavor. Cannabis use is not permitted and stated clearly in postings that can be found throughout. Users are encouraged to hold off and not consume cannabis at this site unless they can do so discretely using edibles.
Kangaroo and Kiwi
Nestled in a beautiful building that was originally a Carnegie library, this New Zealand bar and grill is something different. Who knew Seattle had so many Kiwi’s? Stop in for a draft, a rugby game on the tube and some scrumptious fish and chips.
No Bones Beach Club
A vegan restaurant with a tiki bar theme, really? Yes, you won’t chuckle at the tempeh kabobs, beer battered avocado tacos and cauliflower wings. Originally a food truck, they enjoy a brick and mortar location.
A quaint spot with hearty, tasty meals served with a jar of homemade pickles for your table to enjoy. Vegan and vegetarian options with a huge beer selection. Kiss cafe is dog friendly so bring your pooch.
1. STASH POT SHOP
Address: 4912 17th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107
2. HERB’S HOUSE
Address: 716 NW 65TH ST, SEATTLE WA 98117
3. HAVE A HEART – FREMONT
Address: 316 N 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103
4. Have a Heart – Greenwood
Address: 300 NW 85th ST., Seattle, WA 98117, USA
Address: 3540 STONE WAY N, SEATTLE WA 98103