Gwinnett restaurant week a world tour of cuisine

Explore Gwinnett will mark the 10th anniversary of restaurant week beginning Sunday, July 19 through Thursday, July 23. The 2015 Gwinnett Restaurant Week features 17 restaurants representing the diverse population of the Atlanta area's largest county. Participating restaurants, including farm-to-table, steakhouses and international cuisine, put together a three-course menu of their favorite recipes.

Restaurant goers can choose from preset meals at each participating restaurant for $21.21, usually representing a 20-35 percent savings.

There are three new restaurants this year including Suwanee Park Tavern, Cotton & Corn and Breakers Korean BBQ.

Participating Restaurants:

  • 1910 Public House, Lilburn (American)
  • Adam's Restaurant, Buford (Steak/Seafood)
  • Breakers Korean BBQ, Duluth (Korean) NEW!
  • Carrabba's, Duluth (Italian)
  • Cotton & Corn, Duluth (American) NEW!
  • The Crossing, Norcross (Steak)
  • Graft Restaurant, Grayson (American)
  • Hi Life Restaurant, Norcross (American)
  • Kurt's Bistro, Duluth (European/Steak)
  • Luciano's, Duluth (Italian)
  • Suwanee Park Tavern, Suwanee (American) NEW!
  • Marlow's Tavern, Buford (American)
  • Marlow's Tavern, Duluth (American)
  • The Melting Pot, Duluth ( Fondue)
  • Park Café, Duluth (Bistro)
  • Three Blind Mice, Lilburn (American)
  • Sugo Kitchen, Johns Creek (Greek/Italian)

"We are so excited that Gwinnett's restaurant scene is evolving and diversifying each year," said Lisa Anders, executive director of Explore Gwinnett. "Gwinnett Restaurant Week is designed to showcase restaurant menus and gain new customers. The Korean dining scene in Duluth is exploding, so we are delighted Breakers Korean BBQ is participating this year."

Most participating restaurants require reservations for Restaurant Week, and Anders suggests making them early to confirm space. "A number of our restaurants sell out each year, so the earlier the better for making reservations."

Menu Information: Reservations should be made by contacting restaurants directly.