Seattle’s First ‘Bud ‘N’ Breakfast’ Opens

WASHINGTON:  7 Leaf Bed and Breakfast in West Seattle is the first of its kind.

Owner and chef Jeremy Cooper cooks up cuisine with cannabis, including infused oils, butters and spices.

7 Leaf opened up to the public at the beginning of June and only takes reservations on Airbnb. The guests bring their own recreational marijuana and then Cooper works it into meals.

In addition to 7 Leaf, there are a handful of so-called “Bud and Breakfasts” in Seattle. The term typically refers to hotels where guests are allowed to smoke cannabis.

Denver Is Getting Its First ‘Bud and Breakfast’ Soon. Yes, Really.

COLORADO:  Since January, when Colorado legalized recreational marijuana use, a so-called pot tourism industry has quickly gained traction, with private clubs, tours and shops catering to curious patrons. (Just remember: Don’t bring that weed on the plane home.) And while there’s some weed-friendly lodging in the state (more often through Airbnb than traditional hotels), there hasn’t yet been a hotel that explicitly caters to smokers—until now.

No, it’s not a joke: A company called The MaryJane Group (yup) has partnered with Denver’s Adagio Bed and Breakfast to create a weed-friendly inn—or, as they’re calling it, a “bud and breakfast.” The hotel will offer all-inclusive packages that, along with unlimited food and beverages, will include “the best marijuana and marijuana edibles Colorado has to offer.” (Luxury transportation throughout Denver is also part of the deal, which is probably a smart idea.)

The MaryJane Group—which also operates pot-centric tours and is behind a publication called Mile High Times—currently has a one-year lease with the Adagio, but if this program is successful, they may expand to other hotels in the region.