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+Solid display case
-Staff is unfriendly
-Shit part of SoMa
If your an SF native or a long time resident then you probably don't shop here and if you do then look elsewhere....the bud quality is poor and I've been told full of things unhealthy people don't want to smoke, so I've heard through channels. Being in the industry you hear a lot from disgruntled employees. I can't even bring myself to buy anything other than edibles. The design of the club makes me hate where this city is going...a bunch of out of towners who can't make a decisions for them self without Suri (or their smartphone). Too bright, not a fan of the service. If you really want to "Legalize Gay Pot" please visit Apothecarium in the Castro where they do it right!
I came out to SPARC with a buddy twice. when i decided to buy some butane wax, i discovered that upon purchasing it, i received it in a shawdy, plastic container.
Do you guys understand that butane leeches into any plastic you put it near? Not only this, but do you also realize that the wax itself fuses with the plastic in the container, thereby lacing each and every customer with plastic residues?
to boot, you'll never get all the wax out of the container in the first place, wasteful man.
I'm infuriated after discovering all that. i want my money back, not because i didn't enjoy the product, but because it was given to me in a plastic container that it fused to. and also because i myself, didn't ask for a side of plastic with my wax.
Sparc always has very fresh flowers, the menu changes everyday. They give you back $25 every $250 spent and there packaging is the best.
The vibe is chill. The volcanos for medicating are such a great bonus to medicate on premises. The meds were a bit pricey and some of it seemed a bit damp. Parking is relatively easy. I guess my only real negative experience was the outdoor guard inspecting my license felt it was going to be a real problem that my legal name and my surname were different. Like Bob and Robert, it's a pretty common surname. Maybe she's new and was being super cautious, but come on.
The flowers were great! The vibe in the place is so chill and very welcoming. Everyone from the security to check in folks are so nice. The guy that we put in our order with KILLED THE EXPERIENCE FOR US though. His name is Brett and he won't even give out a half-assed smirk. we immediately wanted to get back in line to wait for someone else but we were on a time crunch. Because it was my first time here i asked for recommendations and he literally said he didn't have any(w/ attitude). ughhhhhh.... then why you working in a dispensary for BRUH? He avoided eye contact pretty much the entire transaction and was not welcoming or polite to say the least. at one point he started to give my friend attitude when she asked a question. GET THIS GUY OUT OF THERE. buzz KILL. people come here to medicate and need to feel at ease and comfortable when ordering medication, attitude is unnecessary and stressful in an otherwise chill establishment. ... also would be nice if it employees had some say on the products and could give recommendations of their favorites... not like this debbie downer. will prob go back in the future in hopes that he won't be there anymore, because you guys rule otherwise... sucks that employees are the face of your company though.
I went there the first time to get a vape cart. I am a pretty experienced user and I've used a lot of brands. I usually know which ones are really good and which ones aren't. I asked for the budtender's advice and he recommended either absolute extracts or oasis. I know absolute is really good I've had it before but I wanted to try something new. I got the oasis on a whim. but it's terrible. I looked it up and it's one of the lowest potency for price cart out there. I wish he had told me how less quality it was before I purchased. absolute extracts is way better and 5 dollars cheaper. needs better service next time. otherwise eveything else is cool!
Really great atmosphere of staff members, security officer, and overall service:
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 ensures that seriously ill Californians have the right to obtain and use cannabis for medical purposes where medical use is deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician who has determined that the person’s health would benefit from the use of medical cannabis. Recommendations must come from an attending physician as defined in Section 11362.7 of the Health and Safety Code. Cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the federal Controlled Substances Act. Activity related to cannabis use is subject to federal prosecution, regardless of the protections provided by state law.