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The Grass Station is down the street from the Regency dorms. With the hotel's 180-degree turnaround, the area doesn't seem as skeevy anymore. Industrial, sure. The dispensary is in a concrete, pre-fab structure painted gray, not unlike the other warehouse businesses around it. The only thing setting the Grass Station apart is that it has more cars coming and going from the parking lot instead of big-rig trucks. It's industrial in the authentic way, not in the "let's expose some brick and HVAC work like a New York City loft" industrial way. But the inside of the Grass Station feels like walking into Oz: green walls, bright lights and a table full of herb to check out. No decorations on the wall other than a chalk price board. The bud bars are two clean, sleek countertops jutting into the room from the walls about two-thirds of the way back. Buds can be found in display jars, while the stock is kept behind the bar in another room connected by a pass-through. It's like the pharmacy window at a hospital, or the serving window of a restaurant. Almost everything is impressive, even the lowest-tier strains.
Kindman offers over 20 different strains of flowers, all grown in house. The menu also includes, edibles, concentrates, sweet leaf trimmings, glass, smoking accerssories and merchandise.