Stoned Pizza offers up food infused with weed

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A Brooklyn restaurant owner is infusing cannabis into pizza and other food.

Chris Barrett has three secret locations for his eatery called Stoned Pizza.

He says he sells American food infused with America's favorite plant. 

In addition to pizza, he also puts cannabis into chicken wings, cookies, gelato, cheesecake and more. The restaurant even puts cannabis in four different types of sodas.

Barrett says he moves every six months in case police find out where he is located, but he says he is not that worried about being discovered.

"It's going to take them two years to bring this case to its end and by that time, it will definitely legal," he says.

Recreational marijuana is not legal in either New York or New Jersey, but Barrett says selling his pot pizza is worth the risk.

"Anytime you can be in business and make people happy you win," Barrett says. 

Customers have to request a menu from the restaurants’ website. They then can either pick it up or have it delivered.

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