Take Me Down To Cannabal City
THE PLACE AND PRODUCT
Downtown Los Angeles isn’t for everyone. It’s a funky, formerly run-down industrial district, newly gentrified with expensive art lofts and hipster eateries. Thankfully if you’re a resident looking for medical marijuana, Cannabal City is smack in the heart of it all. Cannabal City offers friendly, professional service and top-shelf product, in a safe and secure location at surprisingly affordable prices. That’s nothing to sneeze at, since all of its flower is either grown on the premises or obtained from 3C Farms, quickly earning them a reputation as a premier organic grower with a focus on high-quality operating procedures. Strawberry Fields, Kraken, Chardonnay, Enoch and Thin Mints are local favorites, while Illuminati is becoming widely known as a premium strain all throughout the Southland. Cannabal City’s OG Club 33 took second place at the 2016 Stoners Cup.
They are a thriving business, thanks in no small part to the efforts of Waylon Broussard, their enthusiastic and gracious General Manager, who caters to the locals with a sense of pride and care. He offers deals wherever he can, like $5 off of eighths before 1pm, and randomly announced Clearance Sales where you can pick up an eighth for $25—a great deal for the high quality strains they have. Vendors come on a regular basis, and give demonstrations and samples. Broussard will ask his regular customers how they liked the products, and will keep them in stock if the response is positive. Cannabal City is in the middle of developing a Reward and Referral App that will offer their regular patrons perks.
But here’s the kicker—Cannabal City accept credit cards. Read that again. Credit cards! Gone are the days of fee-charging ATMs. Just plop down your plastic. For the hardcore conservative, right wing, anti-MMJ crusader, that might just be the seventh sign of the apocalypse.
“They are a thriving business, thanks in no small part to the efforts of Waylon Broussard, their enthusiastic and gracious General Manager, who caters to the locals with a sense of pride and care.”