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Reader: Not All Stoners Eat Garbage All Day

A week ago, after weathering the disappointment over the cancellation of the Official 4/20 Rally at Civic Center Park on April 16, Denver was high on all the celebrations for 4/20 that were actually taking place. Nearby businesses and food trucks were also high on the business they were about to do, and many rolled out stoner specials. But one reader wonders:  

We love #420Week and totally admit to having the munchies (even right now), but does it all hafta be such junk food? Not all stoners eat garbage all day.

Since many members of the restaurant industry have an appreciation for herb, there are definitely worthwhile options around town. Where would you suggest a visiting stoner go for snacks? Where do you go?

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