SFV’s Sativa-Focused Dispensary LEMONNADE Opening Oct. 10

New Arleta store will be the second in LA joining a recently-opened Melrose Ave. outpost.
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The creator of the cannabis lifestyle brand COOKIES will open its newest Sativa-focused dispensary LEMONNADE on Saturday, October 10, according to a press release Thursday. The new store is in the Arleta neighborhood of Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley, at 12800 Wentworth St. It will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. An outpost opened on Melrose Ave. last month.

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“With the success of our first LEMONNADE store in Sacramento, we have decided to expand and offer our menu and retail concept to Arleta,” Berner, the Bay Area rapper and one of the founders who has grown COOKIES into a global cannabis brand, said in the release.

Featured flower strains for LEMONNADE’s opening include Cake Mix, Medellin, Lemonchello 28, and Lions Mane. Along with the strain selections, the Arleta LEMONNADE location also showcases a seasonal fashion line and products from COOKIES and its family brands Collins Ave, Grandiflora, Runtz, and Run The Jewels.

With 1,500 square feet of retail space, the store’s interior design “harkens to the inviting orange and yellow gradients of a California sunset,” according to the release. Customers can also explore an “experiential, first-ever” terpene wall that “elevates the plant compounds responsible for the citrus, pine, fruity, floral, herbal and peppery flavors present in Sativa-dominant strains, which are known for sparking energy and inspiring creativity.”

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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