SoMa Cannabis Dispensary
12 PM – 8 PM
258 Noe Street
San Francisco, California 94114
Our mission at Flore goes beyond top-quality cannabis. Our business is rooted in compassion, and our home base of San Francisco has played a pivotal role in shaping cannabis legislation. In 1991, San Francisco residents approved Proposition P in support of the medical use of cannabis. In 1992, a bill was passed that allowed for the distribution and purchase of medical cannabis throughout the city, culminating in the first public cannabis dispensary, The San Francisco Cannabis Buyers Club, which opened in 1994. Just two years later, in 1996, California became the first state to legalize medical cannabis. In the same year, the founder of Flore Dispensary, Terrance Alan, opened one of the first Prop 215 medical cannabis dispensaries in Castro called CHAMP. Now decades later, Prop 64 allowed for the opening of Flore Dispensary.
There’s so much to see and do in our beloved city – cannabis history is just one of the many facets. From the funky streets of The Castro to the modern, soaring lofts of SoMa and Latino roots and old-school taquerias of the Mission District, there’s a reason SF was named one of the “world’s best cities.” Sites like the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, the scenic, winding Lombard Street and the emblematic corner of Haight and Ashbury Streets have become synonymous with San Francisco’s allure in popular culture. A great way to revel in the city’s vast cultural offerings is to visit SoMa. Visitors to “South of Market” can choose from a wide variety of museums and entertainment right in the downtown area. In fact, SoMa is conveniently located close to Flore Dispensary, so it’s a great place to start your day exploring the lively streets of San Francisco.
Quality Cannabis Products Curated By Those Who Care
At Flore, our vision is to create a dispensary that serves our San Francisco community the best quality weed that Northern California has to offer. This is why we’ve partnered with master legacy growers and family farms with decades of experience from the Emerald Triangle and who are using regenerative farming techniques to ensure that we’re supporting our region while also supporting the health of our planet. Another part of our store and mission is to provide our guests with friendly, knowledgeable and helpful staff who encourage a comfortable buying experience. Our highly trained cannabis consultants are there to answer and discuss any questions and concerns you may have.
Shop the Best Weed in California
At Flore, you’ll find some of the highest quality products, no matter your desired consumption path — it’s all top-shelf. We work with farms with decades of experience out of the famed Humboldt County, California. Our flower starts at $18 per gram and varies based on location and quantity. We take pride in curating the best selection of weed products. Our wide array of items suits every customer — including international guests! If cannabis flower isn’t the only thing you’re looking for in-store pickup, our staff will walk you through our concentrates, edibles, vapes, pre-rolls, and topicals. We also stock some of the best products that reflect the latest trends in the industry, like THC-infused beverages.
For those searching for alternatives to THC, Flore carries a variety of CBD products, including concentrates, drinks, edibles, flower, pre-rolls and more. We also provide CBD wellness products, pet products and a collection of accessories. No matter what you’re looking for, you can count on Flore to provide the best quality cannabis products offered in California!
We Love SoMa
Flore Dispensary loves San Francisco and all of its unique communities.
Attractions in SoMa
SoMa, which stands for South of Market, encompasses a large swath of the city, including Mission Bay and South Beach. It’s well-known as the place where the Giants play baseball at AT&T Park and for the acclaimed San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The neighborhood was once an industrial zone containing little more than warehouses. Over the past twenty years, an influx of new residents with ample piggy banks introduced a vibrant arts scene and transitioned warehouse spaces into condos and nightclubs.
There are tons of museums in SoMa, making it a prime stop on the lists of both tourists and locals. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art became the first major museum to operate in SoMa. Also referred to as SFMOMA, the museum is a world-class arts institution with a formidable collection that spans the 1500s through to today. Visit the museum to see exhibitions by art world giants like Rene Magritte and Wayne Thiebaud. If you’d prefer a museum that delves into culture and history, head to the Contemporary Jewish Museum (CJM) or the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD). These options are especially great if you happen to be in the neighborhood on one of San Francisco’s infamous chilly, foggy days.
When the sun is out, head to Yerba Buena Gardens near the neighborhood’s museums. It’s two blocks of public parks between Third and Fourth, Mission and Folsom Streets. The pedestrian bridge over Howard Street connects the blocks and rests on part of the Moscone Center Convention Center. Yerba Buena Gardens, the centerpiece of the Yerba Buena Redevelopment Area, houses the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Escape the downtown hustle and bustle in these lush gardens, offering relaxation and public art. Besides greenspaces, the gardens feature a memorial to Martin Luther King Jr., an ice skating and bowling center, the California Historical Society, and serene garden spaces.
History buffs have a lot to choose from in SoMa, if you’re interested in a bit of San Francisco’s licentious past, stroll the Barbary Coast Trail located along a narrow street that branches off Market and heads into the Tenderloin. Passersby will discover sidewalks studded with bronze markers that lead the way for visitors to follow and learn about the area’s history. A little bit of debauchery paves the way for cities with interesting and colorful histories and San Francisco is certainly one of those cities. While you’re taking this self-guided tour, dip into several boutiques and watering holes along the way.
The LGBTQ+ community has made considerable contributions to the history and culture of San Francisco, including in the SoMa neighborhood. Nightlife here is packed with LGBTQ+ strongholds like the SF Eagle Leather Bar and Oasis. Stop by these establishments to experience world-famous drag shows and live music. If you’re in town in September, catch The Folsom Street Fair, the largest leather alternative street fair in the country celebrating “Leather Pride Week,” BDSM and leather subcultures.
Visit Our Dispensary Near SoMa Today
Whether you’re just visiting San Francisco or you’re a born and raised local, a trip to SoMa is filled with sites and scenery to be enjoyed and explored. There’s nothing quite like the pairing of the highest quality cannabis in Northern California and a leisurely day in the modern SoMa neighborhood to truly enjoy the vast cultural offerings that a major city like San Francisco has to offer. At Flore, we’re happy to be your guide.
Where is Flore Dispensary located?
Flore Dispensary is located near SoMa, in the vibrant and historical Castro neighborhood in San Francisco, California. You can find us right off Market Street in the city, an area with plenty of restaurants, shops and museums to visit after your trip to Flore Dispensary.
258 Noe Street
San Francisco, California
What makes Flore Dispensary different?
We’re a sungrown-forward dispensary selling the best Humboldt weed there is. Our store’s brand, Flore Cannabis, focuses on providing our SoMa community with the sungrown cannabis harvest by legacy, small-batch farms in Humboldt County. We partner with multigenerational farms which not only grow the highest quality sungrown cannabis you can smoke, but do so using regenerative farming practices that give back to the land that’s been so central to this area of the world for decades.
Not only is our mission rooted in opening people’s eyes to the quality of sungrown cannabis, but we aim to provide a shopping experience that makes you feel like you’re entering the redwoods of Humboldt County, with friendly service you can count on.
Can I use a debit card at Flore Dispensary?
Yes, we accept debit cards and credit cards. We also accept cash and have an ATM available inside the dispensary.
Where am I legally allowed to smoke weed in SoMa?
California state law prohibits cannabis smoking in public but you can smoke on private property.
Do I need to be a certain age to consume cannabis in SoMa?
Only adults of legal age are allowed to enter a store that sells recreational cannabis in California. This means that you must be able to prove that you’re 21 years old or older or 18 with valid medical documentation, so please bring your ID card or driver’s license. Without a valid ID, you won’t be allowed to enter our cannabis stores or buy cannabis products. Being 21 doesn’t mean that you can smoke weed anywhere in the county.
All visitors who wish to view our products must be 21 or older for adult use sales or 18 or older with a valid medical marijuana identification card (MMIC) or doctor’s recommendation. We verify photo identification and medical status at the door.
How much does weed cost near SoMa?
At Flore Dispensary near SoMa in Castro, you can purchase a gram of flower starting at $18 and an eighth of flower starting at $25.
We carry a range of concentrates, edibles, vapes, CBD products, pre-rolls, THC-infused beverages, topicals, pet products, accessories and other products to enjoy. A majority of these products are sourced directly from Humboldt County, California.
How much weed can I legally buy near SoMa?
California law says recreational dispensary customers can purchase one ounce (28.5 grams) of flower per day and up to eight grams of concentrates and manufactured products (including edibles, oils, extracts and other products) per day.
A medical patient can purchase up to eight ounces of cannabis flower per day.
Flore Dispensary San Francisco follows all California laws and prohibits purchasing more than the allotted amount.