What To Do In SODO after you stop by the Ganja Goddess Pot Shop


Ganja Goddess is lucky enough to call Seattle and the neighborhood of SODO our home. We have made picking up your favorite marijuana products just that much easier with our new online ordering system! We also have tips of things to do around the shop to make your trip just that much more productive and fun. Take a look at a couple ideas below!


Snag A Sandwich at SODO Deli


SODO Deli is just across the street from the shop and is a fantastic spot to grab a sandwich. They are known for their reuben, but all of the tasty sandwiches are worth trying out. We recently had the honey mustard chicken and bacon sandwich (pictured above) and it was delicious!


Take A Break At The Seapine Brewing Company


Stop by the Seapine Brewing Company taproom and sample some of their locally brewed goodness. They are a pet friendly establishment, so feel free to bring your pup to our shop and then head over to Seapine for a refreshing beverage. 


Stop By Westland Distillery


Stop by Westland Distillery and hit up their tasting room or one of their events in their event space. You can find more details on their website


Get Some New Threads At Filson


Filson makes some great clothing that lasts in the rugged Pacific Northwest and their flagship store is a couple blocks down the street from our shop. They also offer a variety of events in their retail location to entertain, educate, and support time spent outdoors. 


Visit The Living Computer Museum


Want to pickup some pot and then nerd out? There's a place for that too! Paul G. Allen’s Living Computers: Museum + Labs celebrates the past of computing by bringing vintage systems to life and the present by allowing visitors to interact with cutting edge technology. Every first Thursday of the month there is free admission from 5pm - 8pm also! 

Those are just a few of the options of things to do around our SODO shop. Also, make sure to check out our events calendar for upcoming demo days, sales and more! We hope to see you in Seattle's best pot shop soon!



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