Anyone who is searching for a gift for that special Grateful Dead pal doesn't have to look any further than this shop in ... More
Anyone who is searching for a gift for that special Grateful Dead pal doesn't have to look any further than this shop in a quiet neighborhood in North Buffalo. From incense and oils to imported jewelry, from music to stickers, posters and clothing, it's all here, and at bargain prices. Named after a famous 1977 Grateful Dead album, the shop, located close to the Buffalo Zoological Gardens and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery , has received favorable comparisons to similar Deadhead shrines in San Francisco and Amsterdam.
went here about a month ago looking for some glass, been there a million times at least to date. But when I walked in they where unpacking some boxes of different product, and someone else was selling these 2 junkies that were in already some bath salts lol. So I went over to the different glass items they have and found a nice spoon, I was at the counter for about 5-6 min and look over and they look at me and keep doing what they are doing.
The other lady vanished, so I went back to looking at the glass for another 5 min and look back and give a look like Im getting aggravated but still no movement from them. It was the Indian girl, and some douche with glasses. I dont go to places and be that guy saying, "Can I get some help here" sorry if I like to be taken care of when Im looking to spend good $$$.
Absolutely no customer service from her or that guy. So I stormed out and went up the street to the other headshop and was treated with respect, and was greeted right away and bought a quality piece. Thanks for nothing Terrible Station.
I found Terrapin Station through Google and took a ride over to check this place out.
It's really clean and organized inside, offering a wide variety of products. I came looking for a replacement grinder as I had lost my original one, and I bought a great one for only $20.
While browsing for a grinder, I asked if they could make custom pieces, and luckily they're able to. I got a custom piece made for only $16 and it only took about a week. I'm so pleased with how it came out.
I never review places online, but I'm so happy with how my piece came out and how nice the employees are that the least I could do was spread a good word for them. So if you're looking for a great head shop I think you should definitely stop by Terrapin Station.
I purchased a vaporizer there brought it home didnt work the first time .2 days later i returned it wouldnt take it had to be sent back to manufacturer . Then the woman there tells me she checks each one before purchase which the girl who sold me mine didnt . I checked around for prices of that all of their vaporizers are at least 20.00 overpriced . I will never go back there .
I love this place! It's in my neighborhood so I stop in pretty much weekly. They always have new stuff (candles, clothes, tarot, jewelry is what I purchase most) and the employees always greet me warmly and are very friendly.
I had not been in Terrapin for a long time due to living away from Buffalo. I stopped in the other day and it was just as unique and had the same great vibe as the last time I was in. I have traveled all over the world and I honestly have to say it is one of the neatest stores I have ever been in. Thanks guys, keep it going.
Not much more than your standard head shop. Can find the same deals online, and within a few miles you can go to a different headshop and bargian with the guy on the price. Some of the stuff is over priced, at best average pricing. Some of the pieces are quite unique, but also on some of these the quality is very poor and they break easily. All in all its average, clothes incense and such, but there are much better deals out there.
i love the variety and the atmosphere the store provides, it's veary welcoming and fun. i always find what i'm looking for when i go there and their collection of bootleg buffalo concerts are top notch.
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