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September 30, 2014 at 7:11 AM

Second pot store in Seattle set to open Tuesday

Seattle’s second retail marijuana store  is set to open Tuesday.

Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop joins Cannabis City, which opened in July in Sodo.

Located in the Central Area at 23rd and Union, Uncle Ike’s is still a work in progress.  “A lot of renovations are coming in the next month,” owner Ian Eisenberg said last week.

The store’s website features a menu with several varieties, including Snoop’s Dream, all selling for $26 per gram.

One man was waiting in line early Tuesday morning in an attempt to win a bet to be the first customer, according to reports from KIRO.

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