(KCEN) -- Newly-passed laws in Colorado legalizing recreational marijuana use are spawning a new industry, pot clubs with munchie bars.
One such business, called Club 64, welcomed new members at their grand opening with reggae music and a flashing disco-style light show.
Club 64 is named after the pot amendment, Amendment 64.
To join the club, members pay a 30 dollar fee and agree to bring their own pot since the drug cannot be sold inside the club, nor served in food.
Some members say the club's opening symbolizes freedom from prohibition.
Robert Corry, the General Counsel at the club, said, "This is a safe place where people can come together and exercise their constitutional rights together and they don't have to do it at home. They don't have to do it in public and they're gonna have a lot of fun tonight."
Members can get their munchies on at the snack bar.
The snack selection was inspired by Gov. Hickenlooper's comments to the public on the night of the marijuana vote when he said, "Don't break out the goldfish or cheetos too quickly."