If West Hollywood isn't already a poppin' spot then expect it to turn up this summer after new plans to bring in a rooftop cannabis restaurant. Time Out reports that one of the biggest cannabis brands, Lowell Farms, will be opening a dining cafe that promises cannabis “woven into every aspect of the dining experience."

The bud will come from a pesticide-free farm from the Santa Barbara-based Lowell Farms. The publication details how the menu is still in creation, but it will feature seasonal dishes with the option to add THC and/or CBD. THC was outlawed in cocktails effective January 1st so the establishment promises even more tea, coffee and juices with the added ingredient.  

Lowell Farms has already made a great name for itself in California with more than 250 dispensaries across the state. The most popular one-off items are the weed bouquets, weed flower crowns and endless varieties of pre-rolled joints. 

The official opening for Lowell Farms: A Cannabis Cafe has yet to be announced, but keep an eye on their official Instagram page (as seen below) and add it to the list of things to do if you're ever in The Golden State.