A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from April 11, 2014
Bud and Breakfast (marijuana bud + bed and breakfast)

When recreational marijuana became legal in states, the traditional “bed and breakfast” became a “bud and breakfast,” with marijuana part of the appeal. ““We are going to be the first ‘bed, bud and breakfast’ in the country” (Compassion Flower Inn in Santa Cruz, California) was cited in print in 2000. “Santa Cruz ‘bud and breakfast’ is for the mainstream, too” was cited in print in 2004.
“I would stay at a ‘Bud and Breakfast’” was cited on Twitter on April 11, 2013. A Colorado business used the “bud and breakfast” term in April 2014.
Wikipedia: Bed and breakfast
A bed and breakfast (or B&B) is a small lodging establishment that offers overnight accommodation and breakfast, but usually does not offer other meals. Since the 1980s, the meaning of the term has also extended to include accommodations that are also known as “self-catering” establishments. Typically, bed and breakfasts are private homes with fewer than 10 bedrooms available for commercial use.
SFGate (San Francisco, CA)
Joint Venture / Marijuana theme for new hotel in Santa Cruz
Maria Alicia Gaura, Chronicle Staff Writer
Published 4:00 am, Thursday, March 30, 2000
2000-03-30 04:00:00 PDT SANTA CRUZ—Some bed and breakfast inns offer local wine and cheese, some specialize in ceramic bunnies. But the Compassion Flower Inn, soon to open in Santa Cruz, may be the first to offer a private garden patio, complete with clothing-optional hot tub, to visiting pot smokers.
Pot-smoking privileges at the Compassion Flower Inn are reserved for those with a doctor’s note, and even certified medical marijuana patients are required to bring their own stash.
“We are going to be the first ‘bed, bud and breakfast’ in the country,” said Mallek-Tischler, “but we do not provide the bud.”
420 Magazine 
04-24-2002, 10:26 PM
When the nation’s only bed, bud and breakfast opened here two years ago, it created quite a stir.

The marijuana-friendly hotel was front-page news in the Los Angeles Times. The New York Times, High Times, People Magazine, and CNN also picked up the story.
Pubdate: Sat, 20 Apr 2002
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel (CA)
Copyright: 2002 Santa Cruz Sentinel
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Website: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/
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Santa Cruz ‘bud and breakfast’ is for the mainstream, too
May 31, 2004
Amy Ettinger, Santa Cruz Sentinel
Breakfast at the Compassion Flower Inn isn’t always ‘mellow.’ When Ray Manzarek, keyboardist for The Doors, stayed there two weeks ago he argued that the minimum voting age should be raised to 35.
It’s not unusual for guests at the ‘bed, bud and breakfast’ to debate politics into the early afternoon, but it’s caffeine that fuels the morning conversation.
‘Pot isn’t what drives the topics,’ says co-owner Andrea Tischler.
The inn on Laurel Street opened four years ago, on 4/20, and its friendly attitude toward medical-marijuana users made front-page news across the country. Tischler and her partner Maria Mallek run the inn with the help of their two children.
Google Books
Memoirs of the Legendary Cannabis Cowboy
By Robert G. Schmidt
Sacramento, CA: Medical Marijuana of America
Pg. 134:
That evening we were invited to a, “Bud and Breakfast Hotel,” that was a meticulously restored Victorian home in Santa Cruz. I went with two vaporizers, a 1⁄4 lb of bodacious bud and an ounce of pure honey oil.
Barry Lyons
I would stay at a “Bud and Breakfast”. http://soa.li/eJPRSMJ
7:17 PM - 11 Apr 2013
The Province (British Columbia)
Bud ‘N’ Breakfast: Washington state businesses hoping for hordes of pot tourists from B.C.
Along with cheaper gas, flights, and outlet mall shopping, British Columbians could soon have another reason to drive south to Bellingham, Blaine and Whatcom County: legal weed.
Mike Momany, the founder of the Washington State Cannabis Tourism Association, hopes British Columbians will cross the border to wake and bake at a “bud and breakfast,” or attend marijuana-themed outdoor movie viewing parties in Washington.
Bud & Breakfast
January 23, 2014 10:08 AM
Sinsemil.la isn’t about getting high — it is about haute cuisine. Founded in New York City, this underground supper club highlights exceptional and locally-sourced ingredients according to season. Marijuana varietals are tested not just for their organic qualities, but specifically to balance the flavors of each dish and for their psychoactive properties throughout the flow of the dinner.
posted by vecchio
Greenpoint Insurance
Bed and Breakfast just became Bud and Breakfast http://maryjaneentertainment.com/  http://wp.me/p2TVKi-Lj
12:11 PM - 10 Apr 2014
A Weed-Centric ‘Bud and Breakfast’ Is Opening in Denver
Friday, April 11, 2014, by Khushbu Shah
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado, an enterprising company is setting up a weed-centric play on a bed and breakfast — a “bud and breakfast”— in Denver. According to a press release, a company that will soon be known as “The MaryJane Group, Inc.” has signed a one-year lease with the owners of the Adagio Bed and Breakfast, which it plans to transform into its “pilot project in the marijuana-friendly lodging industry.”
Guests who stay at this take on a B&B will be given a package that includes “unlimited food, drink and, of course, the best marijuana and marijuana edibles Colorado has to offer.”
Denver (CO) Business Journal
Apr 11, 2014, 9:36am MDT UPDATED: Apr 11, 2014, 10:23am MDT
‘Bud and breakfast’: Denver gets a pot-friendly all-inclusive inn
Mark Harden
A Denver company is transforming a local guest house into what it calls an all-inclusive “bud and breakfast,” offering marijuana and cannabis-infused edibles to guests.
Pladeo Corp. announced that it has signed a one-year lease for Adagio Bed and Breakfast, at 1430 Race St. in Denver.
“The guest package will include unlimited food, drink and, of course, the best marijuana and marijuana edibles Colorado has to offer,” Pladeo’s announcement said. “Guests will also have access to an on-site chef available to prepare gourmet food cooked to order. Furthermore, the Bud and Breakfast will provide unlimited luxury transportation within the Denver city limits with 24-hour security.”

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