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San Francisco Dispensaries Selling Legal Marijuana

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San Francisco’s new ‘legal marijuana for everyone 21 and up’ law takes effect in on Sat., Jan. 6, and these S.F. dispensaries will be selling adult-use recreational weed. Here’s a current running list of the dispensaries licensed to let you buy marijuana in San Francisco with no doctor-issued medical card, starting Saturday morning, January 6, 2018, as determined by the California Bureau of Cannabis Control (CBCC).

NOTE: This list will be updated constantly by the Broke-Ass Stuart’s Cannabis Club I-Team, as the CBCC will be issuing new licenses right up to the 11th hour as the magic day approaches.

UPDATE!!!! The first approvals have rolled in! Check below to see who has been granted licenses! Just like with Oakland and Berkeley’s Jan. 1 sales, dispensaries are usually granted their licenses at the very last minute.

Here’s where to buy marijuana in San Francisco on January 6, because these dispensaries have applications in position for approval to begin recreational sales this Saturday:

 

Purple Star: 2520 Mission St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 550-1515 to confirm before visiting

 

SFFOGG: 211 12th St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 896-4271 to confirm before visiting

 

Apothecarium:

2029 Market St. CONFIRMED! OPEN AT 9 A.M SATURDAY

2414 Lombard St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 408-6986 to confirm before visiting

527 Howard St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 834-5225 to confirm before visiting

 

 

Barbary Coast: 952 Mission St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 243-4400 to confirm before visiting

Bloom Room: 471 Jessie St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 543-7666 to confirm before visiting

 

Cookies SF: 5234 Mission St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 769-5001 to confirm before visiting

 

Green Cross: 4218 Mission St. CONFIRMED! OPEN AT 8 A.M SATURDAY

 

Green Door: 843 Howard St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 541-9590 to confirm before visiting

 

Grass Roots: 1077 Post St. CONFIRMED! OPEN AT 8 A.M SATURDAY

 

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Harvest off Mission: 33 29th St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 814-3519 to confirm before visiting

 

Harvest on Geary: 4811 Geary Blvd. CONFIRMED! OPEN AT 11 A.M SATURDAY

 

Flower Power: 70 2nd St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (628) 444-3441 to confirm before visiting

 

Medithrive: 1933 Mission St. CONFIRMED! OPEN AT 11 A.M SATURDAY

 

 

Mission Organic Center: 5258 Mission St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 585-6337 to confirm before visiting

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Pure 710SF: 49 Kearny Street, 3rd Floor (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 654-5275 to confirm before visiting

 

ReLeaf Herbal Cooperative: 1284 Mission St. CONFIRMED! OPEN AT 9 A.M SATURDAY

 

Shambhala:  2441 Mission St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 970-9333 to confirm before visiting

 

SPARC SF: 1256 Mission St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 252-7727 to confirm before visiting

 

Urban Pharm: 122 Tenth St. (Expecting to receive approval Friday or Saturday)

Call (415) 872-9488 to confirm before visiting

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