Colorado restaurant pairs food, marijuana

Jan 9, 2014, 4:32 PM

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“Would you like some pot to go with your sushi, sir” is a question that is becoming more frequent at a Colorado restaurant.

According to the Huffington Post, Hapa Sushi, in Boulder, Colo., is offering food and marijuana pairings as part of a new advertising campaign.

Naturally, the restaurant cannot actually offer the menu, as it is not a marijuana dispensary, but plenty of thought went into the campaign’s pairing.

“Some thought was put into them,” Jonathan Schoenberg, executive creative director of TDA Boulder, told The Huffington Post.

Gee, we wonder what kind of “creative process” they may have used to come up with this one.

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Colorado restaurant pairs food, marijuana