Three Pot Faux Pas to Avoid

Three Pot Faux Pas to Avoid

As fans and connoisseurs of Washington state’s legal, recreational marijuana, we’re a pretty easy going bunch. Nobody likes being hassled, and most of the folks who filter in through Belltown’s favorite marijuana dispensary are a pretty “go-with-the-flow” bunch. We’re also all members of society, and legal weed society, much like any other society, has some rules, guidelines, or etiquette that it’s important to follow so as not to harsh the mellow air around those of us who partake in the Seattle pot scene. These are three pot faux pas to avoid: Don’t steal lighters! Lighters aren’t cheap. Yeah, it can be a little funny to hide a lighter from someone who’s just finished off a bowl of [ ] or [ ], but nobody likes a lighter thief. When you’re done smoking, return the tools to their rightful owners. Respect No Smoking Signs! The legal marijuana laws in Washington state are pretty fantastic, but one thing that isn’t okay is smoking in public, at a bar, in a concert venue or a movie theater. Likewise, you should never smoke at someone’s house unless you’ve received specific permission to do so. Common courtesy goes a long way. No camping! We’re not talking about driving up to the Cascades, pitching a tent and napping in a hammock, no this about when the pipe or joint comes to you in the circle. Puff, puff, pass is a good rule of thumb, and a great way to avoid getting caught up in a story or joke while the joint is burning down to a nub before anyone else can take a...
What to Watch: Our Favorite Stoner Flicks for 4/20

What to Watch: Our Favorite Stoner Flicks for 4/20

Hark stoners! Your holiday approaches. How will you celebrate? Here at your favorite Belltown pot shop, we think there’s something to be said for that old classic: getting baked and watching stoner movies. Whether you’re in the mood for vaping, shatter, cannabis wax, tasty edibles, or an old-fashioned joint, these classic weed movies will not disappoint. So stock up on pre-rolls and other holiday treats at Have a Heart–and prepare to laugh until your face hurts. Up in Smoke — 1978 Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong blazed way for a new genre when they blazed a giant jay of “mostly Maui Wowie” with some “Labrador.” What’s not to love about a movie featuring a van made out of weed? (Here at the best marijuana shop in Seattle, we don’t actually sell vans, but we do think Cheech and Chong would approve of our selection of pre-rolls, which most definitely do not contain Labrador.) Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure — 1989 Two slacker metalheads travel through time in order to pass a high school history class. Bill and Ted don’t actually smoke weed on film, but c’mon–no one was fooled. The characters are perfect embodiments of the classic stoner archetype, and their happy-go-lucky antics and fondness for superlatives have made the movie a touchstone of 4/20 culture. Wyld Stallyns for ever! Dazed and Confused — 1993 Set in Texas in 1976, Dazed and Confused follows a group of high school students as they party hard to celebrate the last day of school. The movie introduces two of the greatest stoner characters of all time, David Wooderson (Matthew McConaughey) and Ron Slater (Rory Cochrane)....
Posh Pot: Luxury Weed at Have a Heart Belltown

Posh Pot: Luxury Weed at Have a Heart Belltown

If you’re just visiting Seattle, you’ve likely got a limited amount of time to smoke as much legal weed as you can. So why waste that valuable time on budget marijuana? Forget splurging on souvenirs that’ll just clutter your home, luxury weed is a far better splurge! Plus, you can order online for same-day pick up. What could be easier? Have a Heart in Belltown is Seattle’s premier pot shop, and it has the best selection of luxury weed in the downtown area. If you’re out and about, swing by and let their weed concierge guide you through some of the best pot strains in the Pacific Northwest. Here are a few of our favorites: Tangliope — $50 for 3.5g A chocolately, citrus blend, Tangilope is best know for it’s exotic smell. This strain evokes happiness, giggles and stimulates creativity. Try this one before a night on the town. Cenex — $50 for 3.5g This strain has a mixture of flavors ranging from sweet citrus to earthy skunk. The effects are clear-headed and uplifting, perfect for building a positive mindset and stimulating creative energy. Cenex is also known for its ability to suppress pain and depression. Lemonder, Seattle’s Private Reserve — $320 for 28g This is a body-heavy hybrid with an outstanding aroma. Lemonder offers alert mental clarity and relaxing physical effects. Its aroma smells like lemon peel, pine needles, and a sprinkling of earthy spice. Enjoy Lemonder throughout the day as its effects are manageable – perfect for sightseeing around the Emerald City. Expect smile-inducing euphoria and a calming, carefree body buzz. 9lb Hammer Popcorn — $70 for 7g True to its...
Don’t Miss These Belltown Sushi Spots

Don’t Miss These Belltown Sushi Spots

Looking for a relaxing night out in downtown Seattle? How about stopping by Have a Heart Belltown for some high-end cannabis products then walking a short distance to one of the excellent sushi joints in the area for some colorful grub. Marijuana can take any food to the next level of delicious so why not vape or smoke a bowl of the magical herb as an appetizer to any good meal? If you aren’t familiar with the area, here are a few of our neighbors. Shiros – A 24 year tenant in Belltown, this sushi bar spares you the fancy decor and fixtures and focuses on the art of their food. You can peruse the menu for your favorite rolls and sashimi or you can leave it to the chef. Ohana – Grab a seat at a table or at the bar and take in the Tiki atmosphere of this fun sushi spot. Ohana has an excellent selection of sake and has a great happy hour. No night at Ohana is boring with their rotating schedule of nightly entertainment. Karaoke, Live DJs and Live Island music fill this place with laughter and smiles. Wasabi Sushi & Izakaya – Wasabi is green, cannabis is green….it must mean something! Wasabi focuses more on modern, fusion food but also has a great selection of sashimi and rolls. Be sure to check out this restaurant’s bar menu for some delicious specialty cocktails. With so little sun in our area, we need to remember to get out and live once in awhile. A sushi and marijuana nightout won’t bring us a tropical breeze, but...
Get Weed in Belltown, See Social Distortion at the Showbox

Get Weed in Belltown, See Social Distortion at the Showbox

What are you doing March 22nd? Because here’s what you should do: Get weed in Belltown and see Social Distortion at the Showbox. Do you ever take a moment to realize how lucky we are to be in Seattle? Because at Have a Heart, we certainly do. Our location in Belltown is moments away from some of the best bars, restaurants and live show venues in the city. And because Seattle is such a draw for artists from all over the world, we tend to see some of the best acts in the business make their way through the Pacific Northwest. One of the venues that’s just steps from Have a Heart’s door is the Showbox. Now, if you’ve never been to the Showbox, we need you to stop whatever you’re doing and go right now. It almost doesn’t matter who’s playing, almost every night of the week brings some of the best artists working today to downtown Seattle for a sizable, yet intimate space that puts you face to face with top-notch entertainment. On Wednesday, March 22nd, The Showbox will be hosting one of the greatest bands ever to grace the stage: Social Distortion. Surprisingly, there are tickets still available, but they’re going fast, and this show is soon. And nothing goes better with live music than some excellent bud from your favorite legal, recreational pot shop in Belltown. Aren’t sure what to get? Well that’s The Story of My Life, but that’s what our well-trained staff is there for – to point you in the right direction for flower, edibles, concentrates and, perfect for concerts, vape cartridges...
You Need Weed for the Red Hot Chili Peppers Show  

You Need Weed for the Red Hot Chili Peppers Show  

Are you stoked for the Red Hot Chili Peppers on Friday, March 17th at Key Arena? Oh yeah! We’ve been checking their set lists for the dates they’ve played so far – and listening to all the old jams to get in the mood. You know what else gets you in the mood for a RHCP show? GOOD WEED! Have a Heart in Belltown can get you set up with the best strains of marijuana for seeing a rock show. Check out our suggestions below. If you want to kick back and go old school, listen to Freaky Styley (1985) – produced by George Clinton, the Godfather of Funk. One of the singles off that album was “Hollywood (Africa)” – a great jam. And check out the video for “Catholic School Girls Rule.” Try: Blueberry Silvertip from Pioneer Nuggets – starts at $15/1g If you’re sticking with the old school vibe, re-listen to Mother’s Milk (1989) – RHCP’s first gold record, produced by Michael Beinhorn. Two great tracks to get high to are “Knock Me Down” and their cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground.” Try: Chocolate Thai from Dama – starts at $24/2g Travel back to the 1990s with Californication (1999) – produced by Rick Rubin. This album marked a shift for the RHCPs to a more melodic and spiritual vibe. “Scar Tissue” is a great example of this, and you’ve got to give “Otherside” another listen while you’re at it. Try: Harambe from Solstice Collection – starts at $10/1g Bring your ears back to the present with The Getaway (2016) – produced by Danger Mouse. This album marks...

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