AmeriCanna is everything high-school me thought an Amsterdam “coffee shop” would be.
Tucked into the industrial zone east of I-205, you’ll also find Archive, one of the most unapologetically snobby shops in town.
Attis Trading Company stands out for its consumer-first presentation, across-the-board quality and helpful staff.
Belmont Collective has always focused on the future.
If you’re seeking a gentle touch when shopping for weed, check out Bloom.
Nestled among the new apartment buildings in the Buckman neighborhood, this cozy shop has an informed menu.
Bridge City just got as convenient as possible.
“Portland’s original dispensary” exists in two dimensions at once.
It’s about as comfortable as neighborhood pot shops come.
You’ll probably walk out with free swag like branded silicone dab mats and joint rollers.
The original shop, on Southeast 7th Avenue, occupies an old fire station.
This clean little house on Southeast Powell Boulevard is where you’re going to want to someone to blow up all those stoner stereotypes.
Decorations are sparse here, but the friendly staff calls you to the counter before you notice.
Collective Awakenings is OG.
If you’ve ever lived in a hippie commune or co-op, you’ll feel right at home at Deanz Greenz.
Doctor’s Orders is a cozy and inviting shop that’s great for entry-level connoisseurs.
At Electric Lettuce, you don’t buy cannabis. You score bud, reefer or ganja.
Farma is all about making sure its customers get the effect they want from the cannabis they consume.
If Instagram started a dispensary, it might come out like Five Zero Trees.
Foster Buds is a throwback to the short-lived glory days of cheap, plentiful oil and wax.
The reception area holds a display case with glass bongs and pipes “so cheap you can break it and buy more.”
Glisan Buds is big on specials.
Greeley Gallery is an unforeseen oasis of clean lines, bamboo and succulents.
What Green Front lacks in chillness it easily makes up for in value.
If Weeds were written in 2017, it might play out something like the tale of Green Goddess Remedies owner Sally Bishop.
Dovetailing with the old-school stoner vibe, Green Oasis maintains the medical-dispensary tradition of stocking cannasseur essentials.
The flower selection is larger than most, and despite the big-box feel, the budtenders are weed people
Mod yellow chairs, a cozy faux fireplace and leather-bound menus make this a welcoming spot.
The clean, bright Gräs is wildly popular for two reasons.
Serving since 2011, Herbalist Farmer has grown into a complete pot bazaar.
Operating out of a funky 1920s Craftsman home, High End Market Place looks a little like the house of a well-stocked friend.
For those using cannabis in a more holistic health-and-wellness plan, there’s Home Grown Apothecary.
Ten minutes in the shop will make you feel like you made three new friends.
Jayne is a dispensary with a cool-girl vibe.
A fast-paced shop, Kaleafa isn’t where you’d want to go if you need a deep consultation, but its rotating daily deals are solid.
The Kind Heart Collective waiting room has the soothing pan-Asian decor of a homeopath’s office.
From the outside, La Cannaisseur’s street feels like it’s at the edge of the world, or a postapocalyptic Portland.
You might fork over a little extra cash for the quality, but if you’re purchasing less than an ounce, why not treat yourself?
Little Amsterdam pretty much runs Portland’s south waterfronts.
Madrone is the definition of a hidden gem.
Vancouver’s first recreational dispensary is also Washington state’s highest grossing.
No Doubt’s “Underneath It All” was playing on the stereo.
MindRite is a low-key shop with outgoing budtenders and top-tier flower.
Past the farthest reaches of the city lies one of Portland’s most undiscovered dispensary treasures.
There’s something about visiting Nectar that reminds me of hitting up Hot Topic as a teenager.
Whether you’re in need of guidance and a snack or you’d prefer to barely talk to another person, New Van has you covered.
Northwest Releaf makes customers feel at ease to shop at their own pace.
Head out from St. Johns on the back roads that lead to the airport, and after about a mile you’ll find Oregon House of Herbs.
Oregon Valley Cannabis aims to become the pot destination for the Woodstock neighborhood.
There are tight quarters with low ceilings and efficient budtenders.
Here’s where to take a visiting pot snob.
Nothing beats the three dogs that run up to you the minute you walk through the door. They’re high on CBD dog treats.
Panacea is easily the most stylish retail establishment on this stretch of Northeast Sandy Boulevard’s Green Mile.
Smokers and rollers, this is your shop.
Portland Best Buds is doing much better at its new location.
This affordable NoPo shop has a Thrasher magazine-inspired logo and meme-heavy Instagram feed.
A medical treasure hidden just off I-205, this was long known as the destination for high-quality clones from boutique local growers.
Blink and you’ll miss this tiny operation hiding just north of I-84 on the edge of Montavilla.
When in Rome, sell weed with the intention of getting folks very, very high.
Minimalist art and a doctor’s office-style waiting area provide a tranquil setting.
Serra is one of the prettiest shops in Portland.
Shango Premium Cannabis is for when you feel like you’ve seen it all.
It’s known for its great deals and record-store atmosphere.
Sovereign Cannabis stands out for its wide selection of clones.
This brand-new, massive warehouse-turned-dispensary in Lents looks more like a lumber-drying kiln than a store.
This small, modern store on the outer eastside is a bargain hunter’s paradise.
What the Grass Shack lacks in curb appeal is made up tenfold in hospitality and pleasant quirkiness.
In a state with the cheapest weed in the country, the Green House stands out for being even cheaper.
What the Green Remedy lacks in curb appeal it makes up for in sheer volume, particularly when it comes to shatter.
If you plan your route correctly, doughnuts from Donut Nook are on the way to buy herb.
The choices here are curated like the taps at a beer bar.
Walking into the New Amsterdam is like scrolling through the Instagram profile of an advertising major who calls himself a “creative.”
Among the first to take the concept of reception-room art as seriously as any local cafe, Thurman Street features an endearing, cottagelike exterior that complements the upscale shopping intersection near St. Honoré bakery.
Ever dreamed of spending a Saturday crawling your way down Northeast Sandy Boulevard’s Green Mile, burning up prerolls and ending the night with raucous karaoke at Chopsticks II?
The flower on hand is beautiful, and you’ll be able to examine it up close with a magnifying glass through well-lit, wide-mouth jars.
The lights were bright, the budtender bros were stoked, and the M83 and Passion Pit coming out of the speakers was turned up to 11.
Vessel feels like a Scandinavian-inspired minimalist boutique set inside a white paper lamp.
This efficient dispensary adjacent to PSU and the downtown area sells some of the most sought-after flower in the state—without a wait.