Of note to those attending tonight’s hydro-fashionable Mission Bernal Holiday Walk — and particularly to those hydro-fashionistas who don’t mind going slightly off piste — a new business will be cerebrating a grand opening tonight on 29th Street in La Lengua , and they’ve extended a special invitation to drop by.
Harvest is a new dispensary at 33 29th St. (at Tiffany), and the team there just completed a thorough remodel while also repairing some of the water-damage caused by the big fire last summer.
Team Harvest tells Bernalwood:
Being a good neighbor is important to us. And we’re not just saying that. We believe it. And more importantly, we practice it. After taking occupancy at 33 29th St, the Bernal Heights fire damaged the building.
Since the incident, we’ve worked hard to restore the building, and minimize its impact on the community. Check out the transformation for yourself at our grand opening party on Thursday December 15th from 5-9pm!
We’ll have free food from our friends at The Front Porch, drinks and cannabis tastings in a friendly, inviting environment, plus our helpful staff will be on hand to answer questions about Northern California’s most premium Cannabis products.
Beginners’ welcome (but you still need a valid CA recommendation from a Dr. to enter).
The Harvest Team
PHOTOS: Courtesy of Harvest
4 thoughts on “Also Tonight: Harvest Dispensary Grand Opening Party on 29th”
Looks so much nice than whatever was going on next door before the fire.
Sure, maybe we should burn everything down!
If Harvest really wants to be a “good neighbor,” they will tell their customers NOT to double park in front of the store. It’s a continual problem and a big inconvenience for those of us who live here because it makes it difficult to drive through the block of 29th Street between Tiffany and Mission.
C’mon Harvest, When a customer comes into your shop who has double parked, tell them, “I’m sorry, but in consideration of our neighbors, double parking is prohibited in front of our store.” And put up big signs on your windows and front door.
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