Hotels are offering guests cannabis-infused room service menus, featuring comfort foods like meatballs, ice cream sundaes and candies all made with CBD, a derivative of the cannabis plant.
For example, at The James New York City, guests can order from the special CBD tasting menu.
The hotel enlisted Los Angeles-based chef Andrea Drummer, a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu, who started cooking with cannabis to relieve her own joint pain. She created a menu of snacks and light bites and there’s also a list of CBD-infused beauty products like scrubs, lotions and lip balms on the menu for an added dose of R&R.
The Standard Hotel, which has a number of locations in cities like New York and Miami, has its mini bars stocked with CBD-infused Lord Jones candy gummies. At the Petit Ermitage in West Hollywood, chef Christotel Tan hosts exclusive pop-up dinners for guests to consume a $120-per-person, seven-course CBD menu.
All of the dishes are made with between 10 to 20 mg of CBD oil and run a bit pricier than your average restaurant dish.
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