Superette Opens First «Express» Cannabis Retail Concept in Toronto

Cannabis retail brand Superette just opened Sip ‘N’ Smoke, an “express” cannabis shop concept that’s the first of its kind. Sip ‘N’ Smoke is an eye-catching 690-square-foot retail space serving up pre-rolls and beverages you can pop in to purchase before enjoying them in the park. Set up like a cafeteria, you grab a tray and move down the line as you select your purchases.

Superette cannabis retail interior with products

Superette designed the shop for easy access and a curated experience allowing customers to grab and go enjoy themselves. Now that Canada has legalized the use of recreational cannabis, the brand intends to continue the retail model elsewhere. The compact bodega-like concept feels nostalgic with its yellow and white checkerboard floor and bold yellow hue covering most surfaces.

Superette cannabis retail interior with products

Superette cannabis retail interior

Superette cannabis retail interior with customers

bottled cannabis beverages

Its convenience store concept means ready-to-consume products, but if you need help, there’s a budtender to offer suggestions.

product shelf with cannabis products

cannabis products for purchase

cannabis products for purchase on tray

checkout sign in cannabis store

cashier checking customers out at cannabis store

finger pushing a button at store

sandwich phone on red tray in retail shop

glass dish with yellow and red lighters

The store is stocked with some of the brand’s lifestyle items like bottle openers, totes, lighters and water bottles.

green and pink reusable water bottle with Superette logo

smoke shop exterior with red and yellow accents

smoke shop exterior with yellow and red store logo

smoke shop exterior with yellow and red accents

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Photos by Alex Lysakowski.

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Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.

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