What's It Like to Eat a Multi-Course, Cannabis-Infused Dinner?

An alum of restaurants including Eleven Madison Park and Mélisse, chef Chris Sayegh has been putting on cannabis dinners around L.A. since 2013 and charges between $200 and $500 per seat. As a former molecular biology student, he approaches his craft as a food scientist and sees his dinners as data-gathering opportunities, ones in which he gets to micro-dose each plate according to a person’s perceived tolerance level and watch their reactions as they get gradually higher over the course of a few hours.<i>Read the full story:<a href="http://www.laweekly.com/restaurants/i-got-high-at-a-fine-dining-cannabis-pop-up-dinner-video-6832984">I Got High at a Fine-Dining Cannabis Pop-Up Dinner</a></i>