Stamford’s Fine Fettle Dispensary Prepares For Retail Marijuana Sales – Patch

STAMFORD, CT — Jan. 10, 2023, will be a big day in Connecticut, as recreational adult marijuana sales will officially begin.

In Stamford, Fine Fettle Dispensary, one of nine locations in the state to receive a hybrid license for both recreational and medical sales, has been preparing for Tuesday for months.

Medical dispensaries that wanted to convert had to submit an application to the state and check with local towns to make sure they could sell recreational product, said Attorney Michelle Bodian, who heads Connecticut’s marijuana compliance division for law firm Vicente Sederburg.

Dispensaries that were approved under Connecticut’s lottery and social equity program will come online in the future as well.

“We’re incredibly excited. This is a huge deal for not just us — we’re a small part of it — but it’s a huge deal for the state of Connecticut,” Fine Fettle’s Chief Operating Officer Benjamin Zachs told Patch Monday. “We think this is great for Stamford, we think this is great for the stigma around cannabis. We think this is great for social equity and criminal justice, so this is just a big momentous day for so many in so many ways.”

A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at

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