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Sometimes, you just know a dispensary (or delivery service) is going to be special from the moment you stumble across their name. City Greens is one of those establishments. This Bay Area cannabis delivery service has constructed a consistently cool culture and all-encompassing vibe to their business model, that many locations wish they had.

Weโ€™ve all done our online searching for new dispensaries before. And, for the most part, itโ€™s pretty hard to tell one place from another. In a sea of โ€œSo-And-So Collectivesโ€ and โ€œSuch-And-Such Clubs,โ€ itโ€™s nice to see a company take their naming a bit more seriously. City Greens is chic, modern, and stylish – and it knows it.

But, hey, thereโ€™s nothing wrong with a little self-confidence, especially if youโ€™re trying to entice curious cannabis enthusiasts to utilize your service. Many try to attain such a level of โ€œcoolโ€ but often fall dramatically short of their goal. But City Greens, with its almost rap-group-sounding title, jumps out at any consumer who might happen to be scrolling through a list of local dispensaries.

Also, their logo is just pure dopeness. Itโ€™s hard not to root for a place whose iconography is reminiscent of a baseball jersey. Before you even visit their website, you can tell youโ€™re in the hands of marijuana professionals. No wonder this place is one of the premier clubs in the area. Their quick rise to fame did not go unnoticed by the cannabis community. Which is probably why theyโ€™ve been able to enjoy a plethora of repeat business on a daily basis.

And rightfully so, this place is awesome.

One thing thatโ€™s worth pointing out is their branding, specifically with their bags.

Typically, when you order cannabis from an online retailer, theyโ€™ll deliver your goods packaged in one of two ways. The first route that many choose to take in this regard is discretion, via a plain brown bag.

They donโ€™t want the customer to feel โ€œjudgedโ€ for picking up some delivered bud, so they make sure any passersby arenโ€™t any the wiser about the cannabis contents of that otherwise standard lunch bag.

And, donโ€™t get me wrong, this tactic makes a whole lot of sense, but it lacks character, in my opinion. And that is why I often prefer the second route that dispensaries can take with their packaging. Which, by the way, is when they use their bag as a marketing opportunity. Thatโ€™s exactly what City Greens has done.

Each order you receive from one of their drivers comes in a black, boutique-esque, high-quality bag that looks like it just came from a top-notch department store, with their charmingly cool logo emblazoned on the side. There are even sturdy drawstring handles, for crying out loud.

I mean, if thatโ€™s not the epitome of badass, Iโ€™m not sure what is.


Like with every other delivery service in the Bay, the only true way to judge their โ€œAtmosphereโ€ is through their official website. Which just makes sense. I mean, this is how the customer is expected to place orders, so itโ€™s only right that the transaction process is broken down and analyzed.

When you first arrive, youโ€™ll be greeted by a pop-up window, adorned with a foggy, black and white photo of the Golden Gate Bridge. This serves as their age verification window. After confirming that you are of legal age to proceed, that pop-up vanishes into thin air, and you are left with an animated portrayal of that very same image as their header.

The animation displayed in the image is the rapid sweeping of clouds crossing over the legendary bridge, and it evokes a โ€œsmokeyโ€ vibe that is simply undeniable.

Right below that fetching header imagery is a short paragraph detailing their pride in bringing customers some of the dankest products available.

Specifically, the self-confident cannabis delivery service wrote, โ€œWe are purveyors of high-quality cannabis. The team at City Greens has one mission: To curate the finest cannabis menu in the state of California for our customers.โ€ That statement does nothing but increases the confidence and excitement in the consumer, which is a great way to set the tone for the shopping experience thatโ€™s about to take place.

If you scroll a bit below that, youโ€™ll be presented with a few products under a heading that reads, โ€œSee Whatโ€™s New.โ€ Each easy-to-see product has its price listed below it, along with a one-click โ€œAdd to Cartโ€ button, making the shopping experience incredibly simple.

However, while these new products look enticing, I want to take a deeper look into their entire inventory before I start tossing items into my virtual cart.


Well, letโ€™s say this, if youโ€™re a fan of flower, City Greens has got you covered – and then some!

Their massive, expansive selection of various strains from a litany of different cultivators and companies is beyond impressive. Iโ€™ve always been a lifelong proponent for any and all things flower-related, so to see such an array of options waiting for me made me extremely excited, to say the very least.

But, that sort of exclusivity doesnโ€™t exactly carry over to the rest of their menu. They only have a few concentrates, edibles, and topicals to choose from, Iโ€™m afraid. However, that being said, the products that they do make available in those categories are of the highest quality available.

What they lack in choice, they make up for in potency, thatโ€™s for sure.


In my professional opinion, Iโ€™d say that their price points are average.

Which isnโ€™t a bad thing, per se. Thereโ€™s a lot to like about a fair price tag on an item. I just wish there were a bit more bargain deals that would help me get the most bang for my buck, as they say.

However, even taking that into consideration, they have a decent amount of affordable eighths for their customers to choose from, with the lowest strains coming in at $20.


If youโ€™re looking to try a unique edible or one-of-a-kind concentrate, City Greens may not have enough to offer you for your specific needs. But, if youโ€™re like me and love yourself some good old fashioned flower, this place has everything you could ever want.

With their decent price point, solid selection, efficient drivers, and unbelievably cool aesthetic, thereโ€™s no reason you shouldnโ€™t hit up City Greens the next time you need some delivered weed.



Phone number: (415) 993-6847

Hours: 12 pm โ€“ 8 pm, 7 days a week

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