Pork ribs and white bread at Dreamland Bar-B-Que in Tuscaloosa are so good the Alabama Bureau of Tourism & Travel says they are one of the 100 dishes to eat in Alabama before you die.
Photo: T. Levette Bagwell / AJC
Photo: T. Levette Bagwell / AJC

Dreamland Bar-B-Q's new Gwinnett location is now open

The long, countywide nightmare is over — Dreamland Bar-B-Q finally has a Gwinnett location again. 

The regional chain's newest restaurant, located at 3540 W. Lawrenceville St. in Duluth, took to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon to announce that it had officially opened for business.

Dreamland had not had a presence in Gwinnett since its Peachtree Corners location burned down in 2013. Officials broke ground on the new Duluth site, the 1950s-era former warehouse for the Parson's retail chain, in November 2014. 

The 6,500-square-foot barbecue joint anchors "The Block," a restaurant and retail hub that's under construction near Duluth's town green

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