Denver Kush Club has transitioned from stoner den with a thrown-together lounge and dispensary to a slick storefront with memorable herb since it first opened. Stacks of Denver Kush Club shirts and hoodies are displayed in the middle of the room, and a glass pyramid of assorted custom baseball caps and Air Jordan sneakers are highlighted in a glass pyramid along the back wall. Jazzy beats thump through the lobby and bud bar in the back. While the artwork at most dispensaries is something to overlook, the awesome urban art on the walls here is worth checking out. The red walls are decked out with paintings and murals from Denver artist Michael Ortiz, who blends amazing abstract color work with Colorado-themed stencils and tag writing. It's probably not a place for your hip-hop-hating dad with a red card, but it feels perfectly at home in the heart of a diverse neighborhood populated by everyone from black families who have been in the area for generations to hippies and, lately, twenty-something hipsters and musicians. In the back bud room, herb is divided between two glass counters, with a cash register in the middle to separate things. A small Plexiglas display case full of concentrates sits on top of the counter, as well, easing the selection process.