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Whether it’s 420 or just a regular day in your books, there’s no denying that marijuana and food go very, very well together.
It doesn’t matter if you’re smoking, vaping, or ingesting, you’ll probably get a bit hungry after a while, lucky for us Vancouver is filled with delicious spots to get some grub while you’re enjoying the effects of a little Mary Jane.
While there is no right or wrong choice when it comes to eating food while high in this city, these spots all have a chill, relaxed atmosphere, an affordable price point, great hours, and mouthwatering eats that will make you forget all about those pasties you had on the walk there.
Here are the best places to get munchies when you’re high in Vancouver.
Whether you’re feeling wild and are tackling Uncle Grant’s Eating Challenge or just grabbing a casual breakfast at 3 am, Lucy’s 24-hour service and cheap eats always hit the spot.
Address: 2708 Main Street, Vancouver
Head to this newly-re-opened spot to get in on some of their signature Deep Fried Pickles with house-made tartar sauce, Red Hot & Blue Chicken Burger, Peanut Butter Burger and “Pickle Back” shots (Jameson whiskey ft. pickle juice), and Bourbon Root Beer Ice Cream Floats.
Address: 2301 Main Street, Vancouver
This Korean and Japanese fusion restaurant invites guests to settle in and eat as much Asian cuisine as they can handle. AYCE lunch here is $17.95 per person, while the dinner goes for $28.95. Kyo also has All-You-Can-Drink soda for $1.99.
Address: 2993 Granville Street, Vancouver
Juke is an ideal place to cozy up when you’re high, nothing gives you the warm and fuzzies like some epic fried chicken and ribs.
Address: 182 Keefer Street, Vancouver
Doughnuts, fried chicken, and sub sandwiches 24 hours, all day, every day. Need we say more?
Address: 1391 E 41st Avenue, Vancouver
Loaded hot dogs are never a bad idea, and What’s Up? Hot Dog! serves them in an easy-going environment that’s perfect to chill in for hours.
Address: 2481 E Hastings Street, Vancouver
The original king of cheap food court eats, Costco is reliable, costs next to nothing, and somehow still overwhelms with massive portions. Their large hot dog plus a bottomless pop for $2 is an iconic pick.
Address: 605 Expo Boulevard, Vancouver
For heaps of quality vegetarian food that’s actually filling, The Naam is a solid place to head.
Address: 2724 W 4th Avenue, Vancouver
This spot offers seven varieties of savoury dumplings at the moment, Pelmeni Poutine, Pesto, Vegan Beet Pesto, Spicy Ginger Scallion, Creamy Dill, Buffalo Hot Sauce, and Butter Chicken. You can’t beat the price, $10 for a meal size and $5 for a snack.
Address: 208 Keefer Street, Vancouver (opens April 19)
If you’ve got a sweet tooth then this spot is definitely worth the journey to Burnaby to get the ice cream sundae creations of your dreams.
Address: 4090 Hastings Street, Burnaby
The eatery is a total hidden gem, tucked inconspicuously into an outdoor strip mall, Tokyo Joe’s isn’t called a sushi factory for nothing. Regular rolls and veggie rolls (six or eight pieces) here range from $2.95 to $5.95, AKA extremely affordable. The ‘Famous Rolls’ go for just a couple dollars more.
Address: 8211 Ackroyd Road #130, Richmond
Anton’s strives to treat and feed all their guests like family, so brace yourself for the mountain of pasta goodness. Their extensive menu has over 70 varieties of pasta including favourites like meatball marinara, linguine alla carbonara, and pesto gnocchi, but whatever you choose, expect big bold Italian flavour and leftovers for tomorrow.
Address: 4260 Hastings Street, Vancouver
Whether you head here during their insane $1 taco happy hour or not, the Pawn Shop is a great place to go for cheap and delicious eats.
Address: 1117 Granville Street, Vancouver
This place is baked good heaven. From cakes to cookies, loaves to cinnamon buns, you can satisfy all of your sweet tooth cravings here.
Address: 159 W Hastings Street, Vancouver