Tokyo Smoke Assembly Chef's Hall
Tokyo smoke is a cafe that caters to coffee and weed lovers by providing drip coffees as well as smoking accessories.
As two popular activities that intrinsically seem to go hand-in-hand, Tokyo Smoke seems to have cornered a particularly profitable market.
You can get some of this caffeinated goodness in espressos ($3.50) to go with a sweet power ball ($3.50 for a large) from Village Juicery.
For more exceptional drinks, try their Smokeaccino ($5.50), which has liquid smoke added to it. Baristas like to describe the taste of this drink like having a mocha next to a campfire.
The beet mint beverage ($5.50) is a cool-tasting drink made of beet root power, steamed milk, white chocolate sauce and mint extra that serves as a non-caffeinated option.
Biscotti cinnamon rolls and sandwiches ($6) are served here via Forno Cultura.
There's also a small selection for tea kettles with built-in steepers ($130), gooseneck Stagg kettles for pour-overs ($130) and Joey mugs from Fellow ($49).
As for the smoking paraphernalia, there's a small selection, though certainly not as much as Tokyo Smoke's other locations.
Deck yourself out with a sleek Tsubota lighter ($49), card grinders ($10) to break up your product well or the very clutch Cloud Mist spray ($8), which will absorb any unwanted odours from your persons.