A Cannabis Infused Dinner Is Coming To San Diego This February | Closed Door Supper Club To Feature 5-Course Medical Marijuana Dinner

February 6, 2017

Although marijuana is now, technically, legal is California (for those 21+), we still need to comply with medical marijuana laws for a little longer. A new supper club is ready to welcome MMJ cardholders for a 5-course, chef-driven, cannabis-infused dinner on February 25, featuring love-themed dishes from Chefs Hanis Cavin of Carnitas' Snack Shack and Colin Murray, formerly of Liberty Public Market's Mess Hall and Mission Hills' Brooklyn Girl.

The inaugural event for Closed Door Supper Club is entitled "Swoon" and will be a "love-filled meal" at a secret location with 5 courses of cuisine prepared with local ingredients and infused with premium culinary cannabis from Club M, a marijuana subscription company that delivers monthly boxes. All attendees must be 21+ and have a California medical marijuana recommendation and California state-issued identification that must be submitted in advance of the event. The cost of the meal is $125 until February 17 ($150 after that) and is limited to only 40 diners. Hand-crafted kombucha will also be included.

For more information on the cannabis-infused supper and to make your reservation, visit forthecuriousandhungry.com/product/closed-door-supper-club-o1.