The first THC-friendly bar and restaurant opens in Tennessee
Written by Redacción Mota Radio on 5 August, 2022
The first THC-friendly bar and restaurant has opened in Tennessee, Buds & Brews, a location in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood that serves the hemp-derived cannabinoid to its visitors.
“Buds and Brews features an upscale bar food menu along with our own line of delicious cannabis-infused sauces,” reads the company’s website.
It is worth noting that according to the company, since the THC they serve in their dishes is derived from hemp, it is a completely legal endeavor in the U.S. country.
This bar and restaurant will offer its diners typical U.S. dishes and will also provide more than 25 THC-infused condiments derived from hemp for dressings.
In addition, you will also be able to enjoy refreshing cannabis-infused drinks, you can choose drinks like “Smokey Margarita” or “Bloody Maryjane,” WKRN reported.
“You can get chicken tenders and then you can order a THC ranch,” said Mike Solomon, co-owner of Buds & Brews. “What’s infused is the seasonings. We have the 25 most common condiments used, from ketchup, honey mustard, ranch dressing, steak sauce.”
Importantly, the products are made in Tennessee by Craft Cannabis products.
“Everything is 1 to 5 milligrams per serving, which is very small so you can try a lot of things,” Solomon said . A novice or a person with “cannabis experience can have a fun time here with portion-controlled microdosing,” he said.