Our Have a Heart Fremont store is located in the Center of the Universe and thankfully, the Center of the Universe has numerous great places to grab a bite once you’re ready for some snacks enhanced by some of the finest flower available in Seattle. Our Fremont Pot Shop is a convenient walk to a number of places where you can wait for the effects of your edibles to take effect and give you the fullest appreciation of your meal. We’re conveniently located right off several bus routes, so check our Hours and Directions page to see which one you’ll want to take to get to your favorite pot shop.
Rancho Bravo Tacos – 418 N 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103
We all love tacos. How could you not? It’s the most efficient, not to mention delicious, protein delivery system ever invented. We also love tacos and weed in tandem, it’s two great tastes that taste great together and thankfully Ranch Bravo serves up some of the best tacos in the city at a price point that will satisfy your appetite while also keeping your pot budget pot robust. Their carne asada taco is a perfect blend of meat and tortilla and with the assortment of salsas you can choose your own taco adventure. Their nachos are also a killer choice because the only thing better than tacos and serious bud would be nachos and killer bud, like say a Blue Dream preroll from Artizen, a great Sativa dominant hybrid that will make your dreams full of tacos.
Brouwer’s Cafe – 400 N 35th St, Seattle, WA 98103
While Brouwer’s is a mere block from our Fremont pot shop, it’s an unassuming place from the outside. What looks like a black industrial building with very little signage transforms itself into a Flemish Beer Hall once you open the heavy door to the inside. If you’re a beer fan as well as a weed fan, Brouwer’s has got you covered with over 50+ beers on tap featuring both the hop-heavy PNW classics as well as a well curated selection of Belgian and German beers. As far as the food goes, this place boasts what could very well be the best frites in the city with a whole slew of various dipping sauces to coat your favorite twice cooked potatoes–the curry ketchup is worth checking out. Their lamb burger is a merguez spiced patty that’ll dance on your tongue as you thank yourself for having taken the time to get yourself high enough to truly taste every bit of lamby goodness squeezed into that bun. We suggest pairing it with some Gorilla Glue from Phat Panda to add a little flavor enhancement.
Eve – 704 N 34th St, Seattle, WA 98103
Eve’s motto is “Kind Food” but we think they just ran out of space and meant to say “Kind Food for Kind Bud.” This is our go to destination for when we’ve just smoked the finest Cherry Sherbet from Private Reserve but don’t want to feel like we need to take a nap immediately after finishing dinner. Eve’s menu is focused on healthy food that tastes great and the menu is all killer, no filler. Their bone broth is a revelation in itself and the perfect remedy for a cold, grey Seattle day. Their Eve Hot Bowl is divinity in a bowl, with a mix of ancient grains, roasted vegetables and the option to add an egg or avocado. There are plenty of vegetarian and vegan options available as well, so you can be sure that there’s something for everyone.