The Best Weed Cities in 2023

Six in ten adults in America think marijuana should be legalized for medicinal and recreational use, and nearly half say they’ve tried it at least once. Only one in five admit to being regular pot smokers.

Stoners are sometimes portrayed as potato-chip-munching layabouts, but times are changing. More average Americans are consuming cannabis as states continue to legalize medicinal and recreational marijuana.

With cannabis entering the mainstream, stoners and casual users alike can find hospitable homes in various parts of the U.S.

Portland, Oregon, Is a Stoners’ Paradise

A high-quality ounce of marijuana costs just $210 in Portland – $106 less than the average price nationwide. The city also has 13.7 dispensaries per 100,000 residents, which is more than four times the number in the average city.

Crabs and Cannabis: Baltimore Scales The Weed Rankings

The city doesn’t boast a high concentration of dispensaries, but what it lacks in quantity, it makes up for in quality. Baltimore dispensaries are rated 4.5 stars out of 5 on Leafly.

Washington, D.C., Is The Capital of Overpriced Weed

For the second year in a row, Washington, D.C., has the most expensive weed in America, according to Real Estate Witch. In the District, an ounce of high-quality cannabis costs $590 – 87% more than the national average price of $316.

Among the 50 most-populous U.S. metros, Oklahoma City has the most dispensaries, with 48.7 per 100,000 residents – nearly 16 times more than the average city.

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Getting hit by a case of the munchies isn’t so bad in San Jose, California. The city has 19.4 Taco Bells per 100,000 residents – three times more than the 6.3 in the average town.

Stoners Won’t Starve in San Jose, California

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