Korean food tour kicks off in Gwinnett County this weekend

Get a taste of Korean eats at Seoul of the South food tour on May 13. Pictured are pastries and other confections from Duluth Korean bakery Tree Story. / Ligaya Figueras

Love Korean food? Then mark your calendar for this Saturday and the Seoul of the South food tour in Gwinnett County.

On May 13, Gwinnett County tourism organization Explore Gwinnett will take visitors on a behind the scenes tour of the area’s Korean restaurants and bakeries.

The tour will make stops at Harue Food & Cafe, Stone Grill, Jangsujang and Paris Baguette. Each stop offers an opportunity to taste Korean dishes and to speak with chefs about their creations.

Tickets are $50 per person and include food, non-alcoholic beverages, transportation to each restaurant via trolley and a swag bag.

The tour, which begins at 11 a.m., will start and end at the Explore Gwinnett office at 6500 Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth.

Upcoming tours are also scheduled for June 24, August 19 and September 30.

Additional details are available on the Explore Gwinnett website.


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