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We accept debit and credit card as well as cash. We are not able to accept: prepaid credit cards, CashApp, Venmo, Zelle, ApplePay, or any HAS, or MRA benefit cards.
We are open every day of the week! We start accepting orders at 8:30AM and stop taking orders at 9:30PM. It should be noted that depending on the how busy we are, we may stop taking orders earlier than 9:30PM.
No. Due to variances in local sales taxes, we aren’t able to advertise an exact after-tax amount for each product. Upon entering your delivery address in our Shop and adding an item to your cart, the amount in: excise tax, business tax, and sales tax will be calculated.
The minimum for free delivery is $35 before tax. A $5 delivery fee will be applied to your order if you do not meet our minimum for free delivery.
On average, each delivery takes roughly 30 minutes. Depending on how many orders we are processing, these times may be extended.
Your driver will contact you prior to beginning their drive towards you. Please have your phone nearby. Upon confirming your delivery, a tracking link for your driver will be sent to your phone! Your driver will also call you once they arrive.
No, it’s against the law. All deliveries must be received by the person who placed the order. Your driver will ask to see your ID upon delivery to verify your identity. If the person who placed the order is unavailable when the driver reaches the delivery address, your order will be canceled.
Yes, but you must have a valid, government-issued photo ID proving you are 21 or older. We cannot accept any medical patients without a California state ID and a valid medical cannabis card issued in California.
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Things to Do In San Fernando Valley CA
The San Fernando Valley (occasionally known as The Valley) is a part of Southern California’s Los Angeles County, situated northwest of the Los Angeles Basin. The Valley of San Fernando has it all. It’s composed of beautiful neighbourhoods and mini-malls. Big network and film companies consider it as a home. The Valley has everything you need: delicious restaurants, good entertainment, and undoubtedly good shopping.
Tour Warner Bros. Studio
If you’re searching for Hollywood and film’s foundation, take a trip to the San Fernando Valley, home to film icons such as the Warner Brothers Studio. In Burbank, Warner Brothers are available for visits, enabling visitors to see popular sets, including the classic Friends Central Perk coffee shop.
Visit Great Malls
There are mini-malls, giant-malls to outlet malls—if a different form of the mall also exists in future, the San Fernando Valley will have it.
Head to Westfield Fashion Square for a typical shopping trip. You can purchase up-to-date chic clothes, footwear and much more. And if you’re hoping for a full entertaining environment to accompany your shopping experience, go to the Glendale Galleria.
Check Out the NoHo Gallery LA
With live entertainment, concerts and two big theme parks, you’re not going to have trouble keeping occupied. Visit NoHo Gallery LA, which features a wide range of artists performing in diverse mediums. Live entertainment and other musical events make the place heaven for performers.
Universal Studios Hollywood Is a Must
For some extra fun time, go to Universal Studios Hollywood, where you can enjoy and have a studio tour. You can also enjoy a VIP experience there. This exclusive experience provides a detailed overview of the vast Universal Studios Hollywood and motion picture studio and entry to studio spaces that the regular public seldom sees.
Don’t Forget To Relax.
After a long and tiring day, you crave a place for relaxation; numerous local golf courses in the Valley are open to the general public. You can also visit the Japanese Garden for a relaxing stroll between tranquil ponds and detailed landscapes.