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London Gets a Cannabis Bistro Pop-Up For Those Not Stoned Enough to Sign Up

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | May 28, 2015

London Gets a Cannabis Bistro Pop-Up For Those Not Stoned Enough to Sign Up

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Stoners, potheads and occasional marijuana users in the London area might want to sign up for a cannabis-themed pop-up restaurant that is coming this June.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like the menu will consist of items you can get at a Pizza Hut/Taco Bell drive-thru, which is what we consider munchie-approved dining.

According to The Telegraph’s Saffron Alexander this event will be a bit more highfalutin than your evening run to the store for Cocoa Puffs, Hot Pockets and those adorably tiny donuts that come in a plastic sleeve.

According to the report, those fortunate enough to have signed up in time will enjoy the gourmet cuisine offered by the temporary Cannabistro, which Alexander reports is the brain child of Grub Club and Grub London.

Those with an interest in cannabis-laden fare can click that link to the event above, which states there are two dates from which to choose: Friday, June 26 and Saturday, June 27.

If you strike out, you can always get some ideas from Jim Breuer.

Now please note that this is not a pot pop-up—although that sounds like a great deal more fun and alliterative.

This is a night all about cannabis, which is reflected in what’s on the plate. The website does explains, “Cannabistro is to be delicious re-imagining of the fine art of getting high.”

The dinner will cost £40.00, or about $61. And that gets you quite the inventive menu, which features ingredients like oxtail ravioli nestling amid a “homegrown” herb and hemp and beef broth.

The fine chefs will also cure mackerel with hemp and infuse chocolate with hemp seed before the night is out.

So if you are into eating items that are somewhat about getting high, but you don’t actually enjoying the act itself, boy howdy, this is your event.

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