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Miami - South Beach (Collins Ave)


  1. Mon-Sat | 10am-7pm
  2. Sun | 10am-5pm

Medical Patients Only. To reach our community liaison please contact our customer service team at [email protected] or by phone at ()


  • In-Store pickup

    In-Store pickup

  • ATM available

    ATM available

  • Debit cards

    Debit cards

  • Pets welcome

    Pets welcome


MedMen Medical Marijuana Dispensary in Miami, FL

Dispensary – Coming Soon

A MedMen dispensary location near Miami may be coming soon to service Hialeah, Opa Locka, Homestead and Miami-Dade County in general. MedMen utilizes the latest technology and sustainable techniques with manufacturing standards comparable to those in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries. This enables them to bring precision grade all-natural medical marijuana products to Florida medcard patients.

Medmen dispensaries will carry a full range of THC and CBD products. These dispensary menu products will be available in Miami in a variety of vape cartridges, capsules, concentrates including shatter, THC oils, CBD oil, and topicals. Vaporizer accessories will be available as well.

Find deals, discounts, reviews, and reviews on the MedMen homepage here on Florida Dispensaries. Don’t have a medical marijuana card yet? Get your medcard from a participating doctor near you.

MedMen Dispensary Products Menu

Miami, FL


Menu  *  Discounts  *  Reviews

Contact: [email protected]


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MedMen Marijuana Deliveries RX in Miami

MedMen delivery in Miami is currently unavailable. When they become active MedMen menu products will be available by delivery in Hialeah, Opa Locka, Homestead and throughout Miami-Dade County.

Please check back for more information on their delivery status as well as MedMens medical marijuana products, menu, reviews, discounts and prices. Several of the Florida cannabis brands are delivering statewide.

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Strain Types & Effects

Let MedMen dispensaries help you discover the benefits of cannabis. Our MedMen locations carry only the best marijuana & CBD, so let us guide you in-store and online.

CBD Rich

CBD Rich



Sativa Dominant

Sativa Dominant



Indica Dominant

Indica Dominant



These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


The Location Will Offer MedMen’s Signature Brands and MedMen Buds Loyalty Program to Miami’s Medical Marijuana Patients

("MedMen" or the "Company") (CSE: MMEN) (OTCQX: MMNFF) today announced the opening of its first Miami location in the heart of South Beach on Collins Avenue, just two blocks from the historic Art Deco District and lively beach.

MedMen South Beach will welcome Florida’s medical marijuana card holders with a robust offering including classic and exotic flower strains, pre rolls, vaporizers and edibles from leading brands such as MedMen’s signature house brands MedMen and Luxlyte, with Mary’s Medicinals, Dixie, and Mindset Vaporizers launching in the coming months. Cannabis patients can find a team of knowledgeable associates to provide expert guidance and recommendations for each patient’s unique needs.

In-store or online, patients can opt-in to MedMen Buds national loyalty program to receive exclusive access to sales and discounts. Members earn points for every purchase which can be redeemed for a variety of rewards.

"We are thrilled to become a part of the Miami community with the opening of our MedMen South Beach dispensary," said Tom Lynch, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of MedMen. "MedMen has a strong reputation for quality service to the medical marijuana community, and our highly educated associates make shopping with us a breeze, regardless of your experience with cannabis. We remain committed to the highest standards of quality, inclusivity and customer service, and our Miami location deepens our commitment to Florida and the people there."

"As Senate District 38 continues to grow at a rapid rate, it is important that the people of our community with significant illnesses, such as PTSD and chronic pain, have access to medical cannabis," said State Senator Jason Pizzo. "To that end, we welcome MedMen to Miami Beach and hope that this is just the beginning of their growth in our community."

Karen Basha Egozi, President & CEO of Epilepsy Florida said, "We are incredibly excited to work with MedMen and look forward to continuing this partnership as MedMen continues to expand across the state. We are grateful for MedMen’s commitment to providing education on the medicinal effects of cannabis and its potential benefits to the Epilepsy community."

MedMen South Beach spans 4, square-feet and features its signature pristine, high-design look with sleek walnut tables where guests can find educational tablets, hickory ceilings and airy space with pops of MedMen’s signature bold scarlet red.

Address: Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL Mon-Sat AM – PM/Sun AM – PM.


MedMen is a premier American cannabis retailer with an operational footprint in California, Nevada, Illinois, Arizona, Massachusetts and Florida. MedMen offers a robust selection of high-quality products, including MedMen-owned brands MedMen Red and LuxLyte through its premium retail stores, proprietary delivery service, as well as curbside and in-store pick up. MedMen Buds, an industry-first loyalty program, provides exclusive access to promotions, product drops and content. MedMen believes that a world where cannabis is legal and regulated is safer, healthier and happier. Learn more about MedMen at

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Information and Statements:

This press release contains certain "forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation and may also contain statements that may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of Such forward-looking information and forward-looking statements are not representative of historical facts or information or current condition, but instead represent only MedMen’s beliefs regarding future events, plans or objectives, many of which, by their nature, are inherently uncertain and outside of MedMen’s control. Generally, such forward-looking information or forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as "will" and "can" and "continue". This forward-looking information is based on certain assumptions made by management and other factors used by management in developing such information. Forward-looking statements contained in this news release are expressly qualified by this cautionary note.

Source: MedMen Enterprises

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Smoking mad: MedMen sues Miami Beach citing marijuana dispensary restrictions

MedMen CEO Adam Bierman and a MedMen Shop

MedMen is launching a legal attack on medical marijuana dispensary restrictions in Miami Beach, just as doubts are brewing about the financial health of the Culver City, California-based cannabis company.

In a Miami-Dade lawsuit filed last month, MedMen alleges Miami Beach violated state law when the city commission adopted an ordinance in February that prohibits two or more dispensaries from being located within 1, feet of one another. The company also claims that the city cannot enforce the ordinance against a Miami Beach property MedMen plans to use as its dispensary.

MedMen, a private-equity backed, publicly traded firm that holds one of 14 licenses to grow and distribute medical marijuana products in Florida, signed a lease about a year ago to demolish an existing building and construct a new commercial space at Alton Road, according to the complaint. Medmen executed the agreement based on assurances from city planning and zoning administrators that the property fell within the area of Miami Beach zoned for medical marijuana dispensaries, the lawsuit states.

The city commission passed the new distance restrictions just as MedMen was in the midst of finishing construction, which had been approved by Miami Beach&#;s permitting agencies last year, a company spokesperson told The Real Deal.

&#;MedMen has made a significant investment into the site, and our attempts to resolve the issue with the city were not successful,&#; the spokesperson said. &#;We believe the new ordinance is patently unfair and we feel confident we will prevail in court.”

Aleksandr Boksner, Miami Beach&#;s chief deputy city attorney, said MedMen is misinterpreting the ordinance and that its lawsuit is meritless. &#;The lawsuit improperly seeks to challenge a lawfully enacted ordinance,&#; Boksner said. &#;The city of Miami Beach deems those allegations set forth in the complaint to be unequivocally devoid of any legal validity.&#;

Development of the dispensary was moving smoothly until December 26, when officials from the Miami Beach planning and zoning department indicated that MedMen&#;s final master building permit would not be approved because another dispensary is within feet of the company&#;s proposed storefront. The city planners anticipated commissioners would approve the distance requirement, which mushroomed to 1, feet during the initial first reading on Feb. MedMen claims that the public, including medical marijuana companies, were not allowed to provide their input.

On March 1, the city denied MedMen&#;s final permit.

The company&#;s battle with Miami Beach comes at a time Medmen is facing hard scrutiny over its future. A recent report based on financial statements released last month show MedMen did not have “sufficient funds generated from operations” to cover its short-term and long-term needs. The company needs to obtain more financing to continue, according to the CNBC report.

James Parker, MedMen&#;s CFO, also alleges in a separate lawsuit that he was forced out after expressing concern about spending as well as alleged unprofessional behavior by MedMen CEO Adam Bierman and President Andrew Modlin, according to the suit.

The cannabis company operates in six states as it tries to establish itself as a national marijuana brand. Its recent expansion plans include using a $ million loan from Gotham Green Partners to add 30 stores in Florida and make other strategic investments.

Medmen also recently announced it is spinning off its real estate interests by selling its properties to Treehouse Real Estate Investment Trust for $ million. Treehouse plans to make leaseback deals with MedMen for all classes of properties, including retail stores, and cultivation and production facilities.

Still, MedMen&#;s stock has been tanking on the Canadian stock exchange. The company&#;s stock value has crumbled by 60 percent over the past six months, from a high of $ per share Oct. 16 to $ on Friday.

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