We’re often asked what to expect when attending one of our dinners, so we thought it would be helpful to give a brief overview of how a typical dinner runs. Dinner is hosted at private locations across the state that change dinner to dinner; exact locations are revealed to ticket holders only.  


Guests arrive an hour, to an hour and a half, before serving time, so as to start socializing with the group, and so that everyone is there and seated when it’s time to serve. Guests are encouraged to bring and share cannabis in its many forms, as our events are fully cannabis friendly.  


Before dinner starts, Chef Joe will come around and talk to all of the individual guests to get a feel for their experience with eating cannabis. He’ll check in to see whether they’ve ever eaten cannabis before, are an everyday edible eater, or are just there to enjoy a gourmet uninfused dinner. The goal is to achieve the proper personalized infusion, so that everyone can have a good time.  


When service starts, it’s like being in any fine dining environment; there will be service staff on hand to attend to your needs, such as getting another drink, a new fork, or if you need to speak to one of the chefs, they are there for you.  


After each course is served, Chef Joe will come out again and talk about that part of the meal, explain where the infusion lies (if any), answer any questions, and check in with the guests.  

After dinner, we encourage guests to relax and enjoy each other's company while waiting for rides or heading out. There's no need to rush; many guests arrive to our dinners as strangers, but leave as friends after having just enjoyed a wonderful meal together. We encourage our guests to stay and socialize, as we ourselves will be cleaning up and enjoy the ability to speak with our patrons at the end of the evening.