The first marijuana clubs have begun popping up in Colorado after voters legalized recreational pot-smoking.
But the state's new amendment prohibits public marijuana consumption, prompting some pot-smokers to head indoors to Club 64.
"It's just a place for adults to exercise their constitutional rights together," Club 64 attorney Robert Corry explained. "We're not selling pot here."
"It smells like freedom," he said.
Club 64 gets its name from the number of the amendment.
The establishment opened near downtown Denver, and about 200 people are already signed up. It costs $29.99 to join the "bring-your-own pot" club.
A similar club also reportedly opened in a small southern Colorado town called Del Norte.