Kyle Shaughnessy is the Sales and Education Coordinator at The Apothecarium in San Francisco. He was first introduced to cannabis in graduate school, and immediately noticed a shift in his attitude and anxiety.
‘Tomorrow’s 4/20 will probably be the busiest day we’ve ever had here at the Apothecarium’ said Eliot Dobris a spokesperson for the dispensary. ‘It’s on the weekend, it’s fully legal in the state of California, so we are expecting a lot of people to turn out.’
From the chandelier to the art gallery to the carefully selected furniture and exquisite detailing, The Apothecarium’s palatial flagship location (2029 Market St, Upper Market) sets the style bar high and is the standard by which other dispensaries are judged—including its satellite locations in the Marina (2414 Lombard St.) and SoMa (527 Howard St.)
The three Apothecariums sprinkled throughout the city represent the high-end future of cannabis. Each one recalls the lobby of a stylish, boutique hotel or extremely fancy dermatology office. The Castro location even won Architectural Digest’s award for best cannabis space in the country.