Just outside Denver city limits, a group of pot enthusiasts gathers around a black table to smoke together.
"It's been nice to have one place to go, but there's just one place," said Justin Duncan, who said he comes here regularly. "The rest have all been closed down because the cops have busted them."
iBake Denver, located in Adams County, is promoted as a legal place to smoke marijuana socially. So far, the President and CEO, who goes by Thurlow Weed, said they haven't had any trouble with the law.
"The Indoor Clean Air Act says there are certain business that are allowed to have smoking in them," said Weed, who added he has worked with an attorney to be above board. "It's a private club. People pay a membership fee to get in, so it's not a public place, and no marijuana is sold here.