Pot Stores Near The Great Wheel (Seattle Ferris Wheel)
|Want to have a memorable experience, a view and a photo opp all at once? The Great Wheel is 175 feet tall, making it the largest observation wheel on the West Coast. Rides last three rotations of the wheel or about 10-20 minutes. Ferris wheels are named after George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr., who developed the first one in Chicago in 1893. Cost for the ride: $13 for adults, $11 for seniors.
Hours of Operation: Hours of operation depend on the season, please consult their website for specifics.
Policy & Cannabis Facts
As stated on the website for the Great Wheel, “Drugs and alcohol are strictly prohibited.” That is too bad. What would be nicer that to share a fat joint with 7 friends in the cozy space capsule as you look out towards the Olympic Range? Maybe one day they will also see the value and change the rules. Until then, enjoy your favorite edible or find a quiet location to smoke a fat one first. Be careful, this is a high tourist area and families abound.
Nijo Sushi Bar & Grill
Fresh fish, clean environment and kind, attentive employees are all things that patrons brag about on behalf of Nijo. The bento boxes and fried calamari are some house favorites. Try some.
Casually elegant European-influenced dishes using the top notch local vegetables, fish and sustainably farmed beef, chicken, lamb and pork. People don’t like like Lecosho, they rave about it.
Want to sit in a romantic French restaurant with a beautiful view of the Great Wheel and Elliott Bay? Big windows, fine food, white linen tablecloths.. all you need now is sunset.
1. DOCKSIDE CANNABIS
2. QUEEN ANNE CANNABIS COMPANY
Address: 312 W REPUBLICAN ST