Seven Point Oak Park serves the Chicago and Western suburban area as one of the premier medical marijuana dispensaries in Oak Park, Illinois providing quality medical marijuana treatment to qualified Illinois medical cannabis patients. Seven Point values its patients’ experience above anything else, and are always striving to couple courteous, knowledgeable, and attentive customer service with only the finest cannabis products. Established in 2015, Seven Point offers its medical marijuana treatments in full compliance with state law, protecting its patients from the illicit underground market and building marijuana awareness in their Oak Park and Chicago communities. By prioritizing medical marijuana education and building one-on-one consultative relationships with each of their designated patients, Seven Point strives to bring medical cannabis out of the darkness of its former stigma and into the light of the accepted medical community. Menu: Seven Point’s dispensary proudly offers a variety of medical cannabis options for its patients, including several strains of flower, edibles, concentrates, topicals, CBD products, vape pens, and cartridges and much more. They purchase their product from certified Illinois vendors, who send all their products to state laboratories and test for potency, microbials, and cannabinoid profiles. Service Locations: Seven Point operates Tuesday through Sunday out of their Oak Park dispensary conveniently located near the Oak Park Metrorail station. They are proud to serve patients throughout the Oak Park, Forest Park, River Forest, Maywood, Melrose Park, Bellwood, Broadview, Westchester, Berwyn, Cicero, Chicago, Franklin Park, Northlake, Stone Park, Elmhurst, Lombard, La Grange, Rosemont, Des Plaines, Skokie, Elk Grove and Riverside areas. Location Information: Oak Park is a suburb of Chicago that lies close to the metropolitan’s western border in Cook County, Illinois. Easily accessible by public transportation, Oak Park is home to the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, the home of the famous architect with guided tours. Columbus Park, complete with fields, a golf course, and a theater, lies to the south, and the United Center of the NBA’s Chicago Bulls and NHL’s Hawks is closer to the central city. From Schiller Woods to the Brookfield Zoo, Seven Point in Oak Park proudly serves all qualifying medical cannabis patients.
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Everyone here is super friendly and willing to answer any questions. The location is very modern and there is a parking garage nearby that is free for the first two hours. Great selection and prices. They have a rewards program too, so you’ll get a free pre-roll or flower after a certain number of visits. They’re also very patient and let you spend time with the menu before making your purchase, and there are restrooms and a water fountain available with no questions asked. I would definitely recommend this dispensary to anyone who is considering medical cannabis.
I have had a GREAT experience at Seven Point! The employees are extremely helpful and take the time to educate me on the product.
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Nope. Never ever again. Switched dispensaries before I even left the block. Got here at 10:57 AM and I'm just now leaving at 12:30. I wasn't allowed to go in until someone spoke to me because I was new and I waited an hour. Security guard was super sweet and apologetic of the wait.
When I told the woman who came to speak with me that I didn't appreciate the long wait (every single person here is in pain and they know this or else we wouldn't be there)when I did not require nor receive any assistance, she told me that they had a lot of patients. I told her I was a patient too?? She then tried to go over the menu with me but I had already looked at it for about half an hour while I was waiting. She then attempted to tell me what was on each of the pages of the menu.
I told her I felt condescended upon because she assumed and I was being treated as a know-nothing. I'm aware that that's what most people are but why not just ask? I felt that it was EXTREMELY rude to make me wait an extraordinate amount of time to have very plain and very simple things that I can read myself explained to me. She told me that they were short-staffed and talked again about how they have so many patients. I asked her why the security guard could not have given me that extremely simple basic information that I waited an hour for her to deliver to me. I never got a solid answer to that but I did get a lot of excuses about having to help other people and about a "process". While I was checking out (and complaining) the woman apologized but continued to give me excuses about how busy they were which I already knew since I saw every single customer they had walk in and out because I had been there since before they opened. I told her that I followed all of the social media pages and went on the website and saw absolutely no communication whatsoever regarding any type of wait to be served the first visit. She did apologize and she told me she would pass my comments along.
Why is there no system whatsoever in place so that highly educated consumers do not have to wait to be told things they already know? Why assume that I know absolutely nothing? Why not open your mouth/communicate and ask how much I know? After an hour wait, she came out and told me what was written on a menu that I had no issues reading myself and that I needed to write down what I wanted; not worth an hour's wait at all whatsoever and I will never be back here. I went way out of my way to go to this dispensary because of all the great reviews and the customer service I received was atrocious. They would not have gotten A DIME of my money if I wasn't totally desperate but I was and I spent about $160 here. She told me that the wait was so I could learn dispensary etiquette. Nobody who has a system this inefficient has ANY room speaking to anybody else about etiquette. I am extremely respectful of others' time and rules but Seven Point doesn't believe in reciprocity so I'll take my measly little $600 paycheck that I get every 2 weeks and go somewhere, anywhere else.
THIS ISSUE IS SO EASILY FIXED. All they had to do was tell first-timers that there was an orientation. If you're ready and prepared to purchase medicine then write down what you want. If you are not prepared then you must meet with someone beforehand. How hard was that? Why is that protocol not already in place? Their prices are high and I'm not spending any hard-earned cash to be treated like cattle.
Seven Point completely ruined my first dispensary experience.