Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review - Recreational and medical cannabis boutique Paper & Leaf is expanding its offerings via a new cannabis lifestyle story Market Elevated, located next door to the original shop (8040 Day Road).

Paper & Leaf expands ‘Market Elevated’ cannabis lifestyle shop

Recreational and medical cannabis boutique Paper &Leaf is expanding its offerings via a new cannabis lifestyle store Market Elevated.

Located next door to the original boutique (8040 Day Road), P&L co-founders Brendan Hill and Steven Kessler will host a grand opening event at the new market from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 5, featuring legendary rock art from local collector Kirk Andreason, including his personal collection of original, autographed Pink Floyd album artwork and also pieces from Storm Thorgerson and Paul McCartney.

Attendees must be 21.

“Being a part of the expanding cannabis industry through Paper &Leaf has been an amazing journey for Steve and myself,” said P&L co-owner Brendan Hill. “Our approach has always focused on education, comfort, and artistic flair, and Market Elevated is no different. It’s a new opportunity to continue providing high quality products and information surrounding cannabis to the Bainbridge community and its visitors.”

Market Elevated will offer a wide variety of cannabis-related products, including beautiful wood, glass and stone accessories, electronic vaporizers and other resources for cannabis consumers. The market will also carry branded merchandise and locally sourced products, including grab-and-go refreshments and organic food through a partnership with the iconic Bainbridge Island eatery Jake’s Pickup.

Since opening its doors in 2015, P&L has become a nationally-recognized cannabis outlet. Hill said that Market Elevated additionally compliments the neighboring shop by also serving Bainbridge’s cannabis lifestyle community by offering non-cannabis products too.

To learn more about Market Elevated, visit For more information about specials and events at P&L, visit

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