Coming Soon to Jersey City!



We invite you to approach everything at The Retreat with curiosity. In those moments, we will support you with our expertise. In addition to our extensive educational resources on our blog, you can stop by our New Jersey dispensary and speak with us directly. We’d love to chat.

In the meantime, here are some of our most frequently asked questions:

  • Does The Retreat accept credit cards?

    No. Unfortunately, due to industry regulations, we are unable to accept credit cards at this time. Though we look forward to the day this changes, in the meantime, we take cash and debit cards, and there is an ATM located inside our store for your convenience.

  • What do I need to buy recreational cannabis in New Jersey?

    According to New Jersey state cannabis laws, you must be at least 21 years old and have a valid government-issued photo ID, driver’s license, or passport in order to purchase adult-use cannabis at dispensaries like The Retreat.

  • Can I order cannabis online?

    Yes! You can browse our online menu and even place an order for pickup right on our website. Then, you can come on into The Retreat for relaxed, seamless pickup and payment. We accept both cash and debit. We have an onsite ATM available for your convenience.

  • Where can I find parking?

    If you’re looking for parking near our dispensary, we recommend checking out State Street. There are plenty of parking options available, including metered street parking and nearby parking garages.

  • I am new to cannabis. Where can I learn more?

    Our budtenders at The Retreat are extremely knowledgeable, not only about cannabis in general, but also about our unique selection. You can come into our New Jersey dispensary location and speak one-on-one with them about your specific needs, so you can create your own retreat on your own terms.

    We also offer a wide range of educational content on our blog.


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