Where to Get Marijuana Near The Space Needle
|The Space Needle is an iconic landmark of Seattle. It was built in 1962 for the World’s Fair and stands 605 feet tall. At the time of construction it was the tallest structure West of the Mississippi. The Space Needle has hosted over 48 million visitors. Animator Iwao Takamoto told The New York Times that the Needle inspired him to design the Jetsons’ condominium in the popular TV animation series that was born in the same year. The Space Needle is home to The Sky City restaurant that rotates 360 degrees every 47minutes.The Space Needle is open 10 am – 9:30 PM every day of the week.
Policy & Cannabis Facts
Cannabis use is not allowed outside or inside the Space Needle at all. Because this is one of the premier tourist meccas and families abound, we would not suggest taking any legal risks at this location. Sure, pose with a joint in hand for the picture, but it’s best to not light it yet.
This restaurant is a revolving dining experience atop the Needle. With a $35 minimum for each adult, this will not be a taste everyone is willing to stomach, but the dining view is so stunning you may decide to splurge.
This cozy brick walled locale has a Euro cafe feel with American comfort. Tilikum is a Chinook word for “welcome” and it’s reviews on atmosphere would suggest they are living up to the name. It offers an exacting menu and comfort food to please.
This family owned place for authentic Greek food is in the shadow of the Space Needle. They make mouths water with tasty version of traditional dishes like souvlakia, keftedes, spanakopita, steak, salads and more.