It goes without saying that we love Los Angeles. What’s not to love? We’re lucky to live and work in a city with so much to offer, and we’re happy to serve our Los Angeles customers with all of their cannabis needs. Our dispensary has everything you’re looking for, from fire customer service to fire products.
Marijuana dispensary & delivery in los angeles
DID WE MENTION THAT WE’VE EARNED THE TITLE OF MARIJUANA DISPENSARY OF THE YEAR IN LOS ANGELES?
We’re big fans of this city, and the diverse communities within it. Whether you are a first-time cannabis user, or you’re well-seasoned in the world of cannabis and know exactly what you like, FireHaus is proud to offer an extensive list of premium cannabis products from leading cannabis brands. Flower, pre-rolls, drinks, edibles, concentrates, tinctures, topicals – you name it, we’ve got it. Our staff of cannabis experts are ready to help you find exactly what you need.
why we love los angeles
The City of Angels has it all. With wonderful weather and a laid-back vibe, Los Angeles is one of the most inviting places in the United States. As the focal point of the entertainment industry, sights like the Hollywood Sign, the Walk of Fame, and the TCL Chinese Theatre bring in countless tourists every day. The city is so diverse in its attractions that there is something for everyone. Outdoor enthusiasts can appreciate the beaches or hiking options like Runyon Canyon or the Culver City Steps. Griffith Park has over 4,000 acres of open space, and it’s one of the biggest urban parks in the United States.
DID YOU KNOW THAT WHEN LOS ANGELES WAS FOUNDED, THE CITY’S FULL NAME WAS EL PUEBLO DE NUESTRA SEÑORA REINA DE LOS ÁNGELES SOBRE EL RÍO PORCIÚNCULA?
This translates to “the town of our lady queen of the angels on the Porciuncula River”. The area was originally occupied by the Tongva Native Americans, until Portugeuse and Spanish explorers found the area. It passed from Spanish control to Mexican control when Mexico achieved independence from Spain in 1821. In 1848, Mexico released control of California to the United States, making all residents U.S. citizens.