Top 10 San Francisco Dispensaries

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Contributor: Kasey Clark

San Francisco is one of those marijuana-friendly cities that is dense with dispensary options. The average Northern California stoner is straight-up spoiled when it comes to places to pick up top-shelf cannabis. However, just because these businesses sell the same commodity, that doesnโ€™t mean they share the same quality (or price levels). Quite the contrary, actually. If you ever find yourself lucky enough to be in (or near) San Francisco, you need to know which places to hit up in order to get the dankest goods – without paying an arm and a leg.

These are the BEST cannabis clubs in the Bay Area to score some quality bud without breaking the bank!

10. Flower to the People

Address:
70 2nd St.,
San Francisco, CA 94105

Phone Number: (628) 444-3441
Hours: 8 am โ€“ 8 pm, 7 days a week

While the city is chock full of amazing cannabis clubs that constantly stock the best weed in San Francisco, Flower to the People just south of Mission Street isnโ€™t one of the more โ€œpremiereโ€ locations. The only thing blocking the interior from curious passersby are some stained, drab white sheets. Upon entering, it becomes apparent that this is a lower-level establishment. The staffers are constantly high and in their own world, and the tiny amount of real estate they call a โ€œshowroomโ€ is pitiful by industry standards. The only thing landing them on this list is their line of top-shelf products sold at affordable prices. Every other bit of the experience and ambiance at this cannabis club could use a massive improvement.
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9. PURE 710SF

Address:
49 Kearny Street, 3rd Floor,
San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone Number: (415) 654-5275
Hours:
11 am โ€“ 7 pm (Mon-Fri),
CLOSED (Sat-Sun)

Location, location, location. That seems to be the only glaring problem with this quaint inner-city dispensary. Stuffed within the tight confines of the Financial District of San Francisco, this cannabis club only has a small sandwich board advertising its whereabouts. When one enters the tiny hallway, they only see a yoga studio and security person at a podium. They instruct the visitor to wait until some customers leave the 3rd floor dispensary – because the interior is so small, they can only have a few enthusiasts up at a time. If one can endure the anxiety-inducing ride in an elevator no bigger than a dormitory shower stall – they will be rewarded with a cacophony of cannabis goods. The average price point at this establishment is admirable, as is their quality of products – but the elevator-induced panic that one may have to overcome in order to pick up some buds may not seem โ€œworth itโ€ to the more nervous cannabis enthusiast.