West Los Angeles
We might be biased, but West Los Angeles is the best. Not only is it our home, but it’s also home to some of our favorite customers. We’re lucky to service the cannabis needs of all of our neighbors, near and far. Haven’t been out to see us yet? Come on by and say hi!
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DID YOU KNOW THAT WE WERE NAMED MARIJUANA DISPENSARY OF THE YEAR IN THE WEST LOS ANGELES AREA?
It’s safe to say that we love living and working in this area. It’s recognized by the city of Los Angeles with a border of Centinela Avenue on the west, Wilshire Boulevard to the north, National Boulevard to the south, and Durango and Robertson on the east. It encompasses the neighborhoods of Sawtelle, Rancho Park, Beverlywood, Cheviot Hills, Castle Heights, and Century City. People have differing opinions about what constitutes this region, but we’re not here to argue about the points on the map. We’re here to sing praises of our love for West LA.
WHY WE LOVE WEST LOS ANGELES
West LA offers an entirely different vibe than other areas of this city. It has that laid-back atmosphere that we love, as well as that a strong arts and culinary scene. Yes, the traffic is bad, but that’s mostly because West LA has one of the highest densities of people in the country with 13,319 people per square mile. Depending on who you talk to, this region is also called Sawtelle Japantown, a district with some of the best ramen, sushi, Korean BBQ, and Vietnamese food you’ve ever tasted. This area has something for everyone to explore, and it has quick access to some of the best locations in LA.
DID YOU KNOW THAT THE AREA THAT IS NOW CONSIDERED WEST LA, OR SAWTELLE JAPANTOWN, WAS ESTABLISHED AS A CITY IN 1899?
It was settled by many Japanese immigrants – most of whom were excluded from the neighboring communities of Bel Air, Brentwood, and Westwood. Business like botanical nurseries, repair shops, and local eateries thrived there. Many Japanese Americans settled back into the area after one of the darkest periods in American History when thousands of Japanese Americans were placed into Internment Camps. The name was changed from Little Osaka to Sawtelle Japantown in 2015.