When we got there, the place looked closed. Considering we had visited their website before going, we were a little disappointed. After peering in the window, they opened the doors to us and gave us a grand tour -- of the small seating area, the large backyard garden (complete with someone weeding), and the sanctuary. We were asked if we wanted a membership, a question which turned us both mute. We were encouraged to take pictures. For once we did not take any pictures. The backyard garden is where medical marijuana patients will be allowed to light up.
Despite the name, no marijuana is on the menu. Not even hemp burgers, something we have eaten in Montreal and Portland, Oregon. Beef and pork are also not on the menu. Their aim is to serve affordable healthy food -- something which nowadays feels like an oxymoron when we eat out.
|Literally directly across from Trenton City Hall|
Ed Forchion, the owner is hoping to use this restaurant to help fund his legalizing marijuana activism.
The food was very good. The people are even better. In the 30 minutes we were there, more people arrived and the little restaurant soon filled up. They profess to serve everyone from those wearing a suit and tie to those wearing tie dye.