Nation's First 'Bud and Breakfast' to Open in Denver

Guests will have access to marijuana and marijuana edibles

Adiago Bed and Breakfast

If 'Bud and Breakfast' is a success, The MaryJane Group, Inc plans to open more locations.

A company that will soon be called The MaryJane Group, Inc. plans on taking the bed and breakfast concept to a whole new level for Denver visitors interested in Mile High tourism — emphasis being on “high.” In the wake of Colorado’s recent legalization of recreational marijuana, the company has signed a one-year lease with the Adagio Bed and Breakfast with designs on turning the Victorian-era  house into the country’s first ever “Bud and Breakfast.”

In a press release reported by Business Wire, the group stated their “concept is to provide our guests with a complete, all-inclusive package where they can enjoy the marijuana lifestyle without having a care in the world.” This will include a chef preparing gourmet food and drink, luxury transportation within Denver, and several varieties of marijuana and marijuana edibles.

Since marijuana has been legalized in Colorado, the state has seen an explosion in the legal marijuana industry that has included everything from marijuana vending machines to weed-infused foods like candies, cookies, and deserts. If Bud and Breakfast succeeds, the company plans on expanding their operation to other locations in Colorado.

Adam D’Arpino is the Restaurants Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow him on Twitter @AdamDArpino.


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