Wednesday, June 07, 2017

THC-Laced Bar Pizza Now Offered at Ermont Dispensary in Quincy

A new South Shore-style bar pizza is now available in Quincy, and this one comes with an extra ingredient that will keep it from being offered to the general public.

Boston Magazine mentions that Ermont, a medical marijuana dispensary on Ricciuti Drive, is now offering THC-laced bar pies that are available to people who have a Department of Public Health-issued patient or caregiver card. The article says that the pizzas are made by infusing the sauce with 125 milligrams of THC, then are baked and frozen at the facility where they are then made available at the neighboring retail space. A check on Ermont's website shows that in addition to bar pizza, such THC-laced foods as cookies, muffins, apple crisp, hot fudge, olive oil, peanut butter, and brownies are also available as well.

The THC-laced bar pizzas at Ermont were created by Seth Yaffe (former director of operations for the Gallows, Blackbird Doughnuts, and Banyan Bar and Refuge), Adam Gendreau (co-founder of the now-closed Staff Meal Food Truck), and Keith Brooks (formerly of Flour Bakery).

The address for Ermont is 216 Ricciuti Drive, Quincy, MA, 02169. Its website can be found at

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