Gwinnett Restaurant Guide

Gwinnett Restaurant Guide

Browse the finest restaurants in Gwinnett County and surrounding cities.

Alpharetta

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Bethlehem

Braselton

Buford

Dacula

Duluth

Grayson

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Lawrenceville

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Gwinnett Restaurant Guide

Alpharetta

Nirvana Cafe

Location: Nirvana Cafe is located in the Publix shopping center at McGinnis Ferry Road and Windward Parkway.

The menu: Nirvana Cafe's creative, healthful menu

incorporates the "finest, freshest ingredients," Shickler said. Case in point: the ice cream, a homemade concoction of gelato and cream that has 40 percent less fat than traditional ice cream. Click here for more....

 

 

Atlanta

 

 

 

French American Brasserie

30 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd., suite 125, Atlanta

404-266-1440

www.fabatlanta.com

Direction: The French American Brasserie is located at the corner of Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard and Spring Street in downtown Atlanta. From Gwinnett, take Interstate 85 south into the city and exit at 249C, which is the Williams Street and Georgia Aquarium exit. Turn left onto Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard. Cross Spring Street, and the restaurant will be on the right.

The menu: The restaurant offers classic French cuisine, as well as American-style steaks. Click here for more

Tap: A Gastropub

The atmosphere of Tap perfectly suits the menu - both are casual, cool and playful. It's obvious owners Amick and Rushing spent a great deal of time nit-picking over the restaurant's every detail. Amusing phrases and clever sayings are hidden on the pages of the menu, with entertaining graphics to boot.

Location: From Interstate 85 South, take the 14th Street exit. Go east on 14th Street, and Tap is located about two blocks up at the corner of 14th and Peachtree streets.

The menu: Tap serves classic pub fare with a sophisticated, seasonal twist. While the mixture of flavors might seem foreign at first - such as the unlikely marriage of bread, chocolate and meat in the chorizo, chocolate and EVOO toast snack - a few bites into any dish reveal a unique and delightful taste. Appetizers, called Snacks, range from simple to bizarre, such as a pint of pineapple served with chili salt, a sweet, salty and spicy dish ideal for summer meals.

Room at Twelve

While the restaurant is located the lobby of Twelve, a new 39-story residential building/hotel, it never feels cramped or crowded. The low-lit, intimate dining space is filled with natural wood tables and flowing curtains. High ceilings and oddly angled tables provide breathing room and a sense of organized chaos

The menu: A far cry from the continental breakfast bar, Room's sweeping steakhouse-geared menu includes all three meals, as well as sushi, cocktails, wines and desserts.

Room at Twelve is located in the lobby of Twelve Hotel and Residences on West Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta.

AquaKnox

Sleek, polished and ever-aquatic, AquaKnox is approachable but modern, with charming details such as bubble-themed chandeliers. Spicy-sweet oyster shooters, mussels, prawns and whole grilled fish top the seafood-filled menu. There are, however, several options for the landlover

AquaKnox is located on the second floor of the Terminus building at the intersection of Peachtree Street and Piedmont Road, directly above BrickTop's restaurant . 3280 Peachtree Road, Atlanta

Phone: 404-477-5600

Web site: http://www.aquaknox.net.

Bethlehem

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Alpharetta

Atlanta

Bethlehem

Braselton

Buford

Dacula

Duluth

Grayson

Hoschton

Lawrenceville

Lilburn

Loganville

Norcross

Snellville

Suwanee

Braselton

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Alpharetta

Atlanta

Bethlehem

Braselton

Buford

Dacula

Duluth

Grayson

Hoschton

Lawrenceville

Lilburn

Loganville

Norcross

Snellville

Suwanee

Buford

Mimi's Cafe

Housed in a quaint, cottage-styled restaurant, Mimi's Cafe is both elegant and family-friendly. Dishes draw from homestyle, French and New Orleans influences, including fare such as three berry-stuffed French toast, pasta jambalaya and creamy chicken pot pie. Mimi's also offers a lighter lifestyles menu.

Location: 1880 Mall of Georgia Blvd., Buford.

Phone: 770-614-0554.

Web site: http://www.mimiscafe.com.

Holy Smokes

Profile: The menu at this barbecue restaurant is simple, centering on sweet and spicy barbecue and standard Southern sides. Hungry families flock to the diner for the huge racks of smothered ribs, piles of shredded pork and smoked chicken salad.

Location: 1944 Braselton Highway, Buford.

Phone: 770-963-0994.

Web site: http://www.holysmokes-bbq.com.

Barberitos

Made famous in Athens thanks to a huge following of hungry University of Georgia students, Barberitos is the latest oversized-burrito cantina franchise to hit Gwinnett. Everything from a vegan burrito to meat-and-cheese stuffed rolls are offered, as well as salads, tacos and quesadillas. Most meals cost less than $10.

2725 Hamilton Mill Road, Buford. 770- 945-1877. www.barberitos.com.

Foster's Grille

Foster's touts itself as the "Home of the Charburger," and if you're asking yourself, "What the heck is a charburger?," do your hungry stomach a favor and try one. The massive slab of beef is the joint's trademark dish, the brainchild of the founder and namesake, Shawn Foster. And best of all, the pencil-in menu allows you to add (or leave out) fixings like lettuce, mayo, tomatoes, onions, pickles, cheese and bacon.

Foster's Grille sits in a new shopping center, Plaza at Buford, off of Buford Drive, right down the street from the Mall of Georgia.

Crescent Moon

If variety is the spice of life, then Crescent Moon is the metaphorical equivalent of Tabasco sauce. Simply put, they have it all. The menu reads like a novel, its pages packed with everything from a seemingly endless list of breakfast and brunch items to a long lineup of lunch and dinner feasts.

The Heap: A hunger-busting pile of seasoned potatoes topped with bacon, cheddar and two eggs prepared any style ($7.50, $5.25 half-size)

Pimento Cheese and Ham Omelet: Homemade pimento cheese folded into a three-egg omelet with diced Virginia ham ($6.95)

Yellow Fin Tuna: A six-ounce sashimi tuna steak grilled or blackened on a poppy-seed bun with lettuce and tomatoes ($7.95)

Sarah's Home-Style Meatloaf: A comfort-food favorite served with gravy, mashed potatoes and onion rings ($10.99)

Location: The diner is on the second floor of the Mall of Georgia, above the food court, right across from Ruby Tuesday

Picasso Cafe and Wine Bar

Named for the artistic community that surrounds it, this downtown Buford restaurant offers a large selection of wine, which is served by the half-glass, the glass or the bottle. The appetizer platters are a customer favorite. Lunch and dinner are also available.

39 E. Main St., Buford. 678-482-8661.

Noodle Mi

An alternative to the hectic food court and greasy Chinese food joints, Noodle Mi offers an extensive menu chock full of options. Beef, chicken and pork dishes, as well as non-meat dishes of mock duck, tofu and vegetables, are served, as well as a long list of Asian drinks, such as salted lemonade and Thai iced tea. Large bowls of Pho, a Vietnamese soup made from vegetables, broth and noodles, are a customer favorite.

3200 Woodward Crossing Blvd., Buford. 678-714-0115. www.noodlemi.com.

 

Lefty's BBQ/Old 33 Pub

The concept is simple - barbecue, lots and lots of barbecue. Lefty's and the new Old 33 Pub both provide a short menu of barbecue options with traditional Southern sides. Old 33 Pub is decked out with vintage rock posters and a stage for nightly live music performances.

4965 Friendship Road, Suite 113, Buford. 770-945-9131. www.leftys-bbq.com.

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Atlanta

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Buford

Dacula

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Snellville

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Dacula

Dos Copas

Suffering from split personalities, Dos Copas caters to two types of people: those looking for a family-friendly atmosphere and those seeking something a bit more lively. Half the restaurant is a bar, while the other side is an airy dining room, complete with a children's play section. The menu features an assortment of authentic Mexican dishes, including the Mexican Pyramid, a literal pyramid of rice, topped with broccoli, chicken and cheese sauce.

2463 Hamilton Mill Parkway, Dacula. 770-614-3077.

 

 

Alpharetta

Atlanta

Bethlehem

Braselton

Buford

Dacula

Duluth

Grayson

Hoschton

Lawrenceville

Lilburn

Loganville

Norcross

Snellville

Suwanee

Duluth

Chin Chin 7

Located directly across from the Arena at Gwinnett Center and minutes from the affluent Sugarloaf Country Club, Chin Chin 7 attracts area sports stars, celebrities and performers. The restaurant offers traditional Chinese dishes with an upscale twist, as well as sushi, soups and the stew-like Hot Pots.

Location: 6575 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth.

Phone: 770-813-1319

JW's Steakhouse

Steaks are the best sellers at this Chicago-style steakhouse, located inside the Atlanta Marriott Gwinnett Place hotel. The 10-ounce Matambre Filet, the house specialty, is topped with crab meat and roasted red peppers, then covered in a spicy pepper jack cheese. The menu goes beyond red meat to offer a large variety of seafood, chicken, pasta and salad dishes as well.

Location: 1775 Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth.

Phone:770-923-1775.

Web site: http://www.marriott.com

Spicy Basil

Traditional Thai dishes of generous proportions are Spicy Basil's specialty. The sampler appetizer, with Bubble Ball corn fritter and Thai grilled chicken wings, is a customer favorite. Curries are also top sellers, and are served with a choice of three rice varieties: white jasmine, long-grain brown and green jasmine. For lighter fare, opt for the Yummy Fish Warm Salad or the Green Veggie Galore.

3675 Satellite Blvd., Duluth. 770-232-2803. www.spicybasil.net.

Armaan Indo-Pak Fusion

At this upscale Indian restaurant, entrees cooked in the tandoori, or clay oven, are particularly popular. Customers also come here for the lunch buffet, which features a different selection of dishes every day.

3064 Old Norcross Road, Duluth. 770-923-2323. www.thearmaan.com

 

Blue Marlin Seafood

Welcomed by the sweet, salty aroma of seafood fare, Blue Marlin's patrons know they are in for a freshly fried treat. Featuring shrimp and fish filets lightly battered and fried, as well as broiled, steamed and grilled, Blue Marlin offers an ocean full of options, served in hearty portions and topped with several sides.

1600 Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth. 770-279-9144. www.bluemarlinseafoodatl.com.

 

 

Blue Bay Seafood Restaurant

Decorated with a nautical theme, this eatery serves up a variety of fare from the ocean. Customers often order the restaurant's stuffed seafood entrees, which feature crab stuffing. Grouper, trout, shrimp, catfish, flounder and tilapia are offered both with stuffing or without.

Location: 2750 Buford Highway, Duluth.

Phone :770-497-3317

Alpharetta

Atlanta

Bethlehem

Braselton

Buford

Dacula

Duluth

Grayson

Hoschton

Lawrenceville

Lilburn

Loganville

Norcross

Snellville

Suwanee

Grayson

Cornerstone Grill

The menu at this high-end restaurant offers a range of American, Asian, Italian and continental fare, such as fresh ahi tuna tartare, Cajun-style pork tenderloin and seafood ravioli. Customers should be sure to finish the meal with a signature dessert, notably, the fried ice cream.

Location: 2445 Moon Road, Grayson.

Phone: 770-962-9898.

Web site: http://www.cornerstonegrill.net.

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Atlanta

Bethlehem

Braselton

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Dacula

Duluth

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Lilburn

Loganville

Norcross

Snellville

Suwanee

Hoschton

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Alpharetta

Atlanta

Bethlehem

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Dacula

Duluth

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Lilburn

Loganville

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Snellville

Suwanee

 

Lawrenceville

Kaysons Grille

Kaysons Grille Profile: In this modern-day, family-oriented take on "Cheers," each table has its own flat-screen plasma TV. The menu includes something for every taste, from a monstrous chef's salad to racks of baby-back ribs smothered in hickory sauce. The K Sampler features a few bites of each appetizer, including fried mozzarella sticks, Buffalo wings and potato skins.

Location: 4955 Sugarloaf Parkway. Lawrenceville.

Phone: 678-205-0282.

Web site: http://www.kaysonsgrille.com.

Boudreaux's Cajun Restaurant

Boudreaux's Cajun Restaurant is a branch out of Duluth's popular Bourdreaux's Cajun Market, offering all things creole. Quiant and cozy, the restaurants offers dishes of varying levels of heat, but always with the same outsanding degree of taste. The award-winning seafood gumbo is a restaurant signature, as are the Jambalaya Trio, filled with chicken, shrimp and sausage, Catfish Evangeline, which is stuffed with lump crab and smothered with crawfish etouffee, the snapper fillet served on a bed of rice with sauteed shrimp, spinach and dijonaise sauce, Cajun salmon served with tomato and spinach in a lemon butter sauce, the fried shrimp Po' Boy, to name a few.

Location: 860 Duluth Highway, Lawrenceville.

Phone: 770-814-8388.

Web site: http://www.boudreauxscajun.com

McCray's Tavern on the Square

McCray's Tavern on the Square in downtown Lawrenceville serves Pan-Seared Hanger Steak with vegetables, potatoes and red wine mustard sauce, the Pittsburgh Hot Pastrami sandwich served with fries, provolone cheese, slaw and tomatoes on French bread, to name a few.

Location: The tavern is located in the heart of Lawrenceville's downtown square, in the historic Monfort Drugs building.

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Last Updated: January 18, 2008

Wok-In Wok-Out

Profile: This restaurant offers custom-made stir-fry dishes from an all-you-can-eat buffet. Customers take a bowl and fill it with ingredients ranging from baby corn and bamboo to spinach and zucchini. Each bowl is topped with one of 16 sauces, such as Korean spicy barbecue, black bean garlic, kung pao and orange ginger sesame. Chefs then take the bowl, add the meat selected by the customer and cook the stir-fry dish in a wok.

Location: 860 Duluth Highway, suite 700, Lawrenceville.

Phone: 770-513-1372.

Web site: http://www.wokinwokoutrestaurant.com.

Brickhouse Pizza

At any given moment, diners might expect to see Tony Soprano lounging in one of the restaurant's corner booths. The Italian restaurant dishes out a wide selection of homemade pizzas and entrees such as spaghetti and meatballs, mussels and linguine and cheesesteak subs. With a flat-screen TV mounted next to a wall of video games, the restaurant is ideal for sports fans and families alike.

Location: 1480 Buford Drive, Lawrenceville.

Phone: 770-513-7108.

Aroma Delight

Profile: Located in a Lawrenceville strip shopping center, the restaurant serves up traditional north Indian homestyle cooking, such as mild curries, vegetables seasoned with yogurt or pomegranate powder and lots of greens. Try a sample of everything from the all-you-can-eat lunch buffet, served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Location: 1848 Old Norcross Road, Lawrenceville.

Phone: 678-377-7600.

Web site: http://www.thearomadelight.com.

Ribs 'n' Blues

Boasting the "best butts in Georgia," Ribs 'n' Blues specializes in two things: live, soulful blues music and sauce-smothered slabs of slow-smoked pork ribs. The restaurant prepares its signature sauce fresh every day. Side items include tangy coleslaw, rum baked beans and Brunswick stew.

3375 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville. 770-962-8041. www.ribsnblues.com.

Utage Steak and Sushi

A step back to old-world Japan, Utage is both traditional and chic. The menu features a wide range of sushi options, from standards like the spicy tuna roll to new favorites like the Bulldog roll. At the hibachi grill, selections span from chicken and steak to shrimp, lobster and fist-sized scallops, all served with three specialty sauces, rice and grilled vegetables.

860 Duluth Highway, Lawrenceville. 678-381-2800.

Samurai Blue Japanese Grill and Sushi

Dim lights, polished wood tables and sleek floors give this Lawrenceville sushi house a soothing feel. The sushi menu features more than 40 varieties. Standards such as tuna rolls and spicy salmon rolls are offered, but diners often opt for the restaurant's specialties, such as the Georgia Sunday, a California roll topped with spicy crab.

2000 Riverside Parkway, Lawrenceville. 678-518-4216.

Cade's Deli

This deli, owned by a family that relocated to Gwinnett from New York, serves up a taste of of the Big Apple with sandwiches such as the Cuban and the reuben, a New York strip steak and New York cheesecake. The decor features vintage photographs of New York City, while newspapers such as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post are available.

860 Duluth Highway, suite 1550, Lawrenceville. 678-985-3801.

Urban Flats

Location: Urban Flats is the newest dining option available at the outdoor mall/shopping center known as The Avenue Webb Gin.

Atmosphere: An aesthetically pleasant mashup of the elegant, the trendy and the casual greets the eye at Urban Flats, with high ceilings, low lighting and intimate leather booths.

The menu: With its unique focus on flatbread cuisine, the restaurant boasts an uncommon culinary specialty. Click here for more.....

Pier 77 Hot Fish Cafe

The restaurant offers a selection of fish, from basa and mahi-mahi to salmon and rainbow trout. The fish can be ordered fried or grilled. Diners often check out a poster on the wall that lists the calorie count and nutritional value for each kind of fish on the menu.

1108 Herrington Road, Lawrenceville. 678-376-7558

Doc Green's Salads and Grill

As the restaurant's motto says: "It's as healthy as you want to be." Doc Greens features a massive salad bar loaded with both traditional and inventive ingredients. Diners can choose from signature salads or build their own creations. Entrees of grilled salmon, chicken, turkey and others meats, plus a few sides, are also on the menu. Sandwiches, wraps and soups are also offered.

1250 Scenic Highway, Suite 1200, Lawrenceville. 770-736-5353. www.docgreens.com.

Who's Got Soul Southern Cafe

You don't need a menu at Who's Got Soul - the cafe's fare is listed in stark white letters on the windows. The cafe dishes out classic Southern food, including - but not limited to - fried chicken, collard greens and macaroni and cheese. The menu includes seafood as well, with the grilled tilipia as a top choice.

1098 Herrington Road, suite 14, Lawrenceville. 770-995-6544.

Bambinelli's Pizza and Pasta - 4153 Lawrenceville Highway, - Lilburn 770-717-7217

·Location: Bambinelli's is located in the Kroger shopping center at the corner of Lawrenceville Highway and Beaver Ruin Road. If traveling south on Lawrenceville Highway, the shopping center is on the right.

· The food: The restaurant serves traditional Italian cuisine, said Evan Greenstein of Bambinelli's. The menu includes pizza, pasta and chicken and seafood entrees.

·Desserts: The selection of sweets includes tiramisu, cannolis, double chocolate mousse cake and cheesecake.

·Entertainment: The restaurant features live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights and hosts an open mic night on Sunday. Poker tournaments are held on Sunday afternoon and on Monday and Wednesday.

Las Tortas Locas - 102 Stanley Court, Lawrenceville - 678-209-0905

· The name: A torta is a Mexican sandwich, and loca translates as "crazy."

·Location: Las Tortas Locas is located in a small shopping strip right off U.S. Highway 29 and just outside downtown Lawrenceville. Also in the strip are a Dollar Store and a Hispanic market.·Atmosphere: This Hispanic fast food joint, which touts itself as an authentic Mexican sandwich shop, is bright and clean, with creamy yellow walls and butcher-block tables. Several televisions play Spanish-language shows.

 

Sophia's Valentino Italian Family Restaurant

A Gwinnett favorite since it opened in 2001, Sophia's has struck a chord with area diners. Drawn by classic Italian dishes such as the creamy fettuccini primavera, Pene Italiano with spicy sausage and the Chicken Valentino served with a garlic white wine sauce, the restaurant is typically filled with the sounds of clanging forks and friendly chatter.

555 Progress Center Ave., Lawrenceville. 770-682-6700.

Hai Sushi

Location: Hai Sushi is located in the small shopping center that shares a parking lot with the Wal-Mart Supercenter at the corner of Sugarloaf Parkway and Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road in Lawrenceville.

Hai Sushi (pronounced as if you were greeting a tray of California Rolls) is nice enough for a date night, yet casual enough for a family dinner.

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The Blue Rooster Cafe

Like something that leapt right off the pages of Southern Living magazine, this restaurant is known for its sweet, signature chicken salad. It offers a traditional menu, but that doesn't stop the owners from adding new dishes to their repertoire, like a Reuben big enough to belong in a Manhattan deli and a Cuban loaded up with layers of pork and ham and topped with a tangy mustard. Make sure you leave room for dessert. There's plenty.

Location: 107 Main St., Lilburn.

Phone: 770-931-2445

Alpharetta

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Bethlehem

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Dacula

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Norcross

Gimza Polish Restaurant

The only Polish restaurant in the state specializes in ethnic favorites, including kielbasa, pierogi and croquettes, which are filled with minced pork, onions, mushrooms and sauerkraut. A large selection of vodkas, a plethora of Polish beers by the bottle and a multinational wine list round out the offerings.

Location: 3435 Medlock Bridge Road, suite 209, Norcross.

Phone: 770-441-2268.

Nadia's West African Restaurant

African dishes with a soul-food influence are served at Nadia's, where the best-sellers include deep-fried tilapia and barbecue beef ribs. For those nervous to try more authentic fare, the restaurant offers an on-the-house sampler plate so first-timers can try before they buy.

Location: 5245 Langford Road, suite A, Norcross.

Phone: 770-582-9994.

Web site: http://www.nadiarestaurant.com.

Ashiana

Ashiana prides itself on a wide selection, including several Indian-Chinese dishes, known as "Chaatt Bhandaar." Some of its signature items include the Tandoori Mixed Grill and Chicken 65. The restaurant also caters to vegetarians with meat-free favorites like Bhindi Masala and Aloo Gobhi. One of Ashiana's most uncommon features is an unparalleled sense of cultural and religious sensitivity - their kitchen is divided in half so vegetarian dishes are not prepared near meat.

5675 Jimmy Carter Blvd., Norcross. 770-446-9092. www.theashiana.com.

Palomilla's Cuban Grill House

Location: The restaurant is located in the Spalding Drive shopping center, just past the intersection of Spalding Drive and Holcomb Bridge Road in Norcross. 6470 Spalding Drive, suite B, Norcross.

Phone: 770-242-0510.

Web site: http://www.palomillasatlanta.com

Alligator Blues Cafe

The menu at Alligator Blues Cafe features traditional New Orleans flavors, like red beans and rice, jambalaya, etouffee and seafood gumbo. A house specialty is the Asian Cajun, which is a dish of sauteed shrimp and crawfish in a Cajun sweet-and-sour sauce that is served with rice. This dish reflects the Chinese heritage of the restaurant's owner.

15 Jones St., Norcross. 678-969-0295.

 

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Provino's Italian Restaurant

The theme at Provino's is Old World Italy, and the establishment's interior is decorated accordingly. The restaurant is renowned for its signature starters. The garlic rolls and tossed salad are definitive customer favorites. And when it comes to old-school pasta entrees, Provino's really shines. The portions are huge, so make sure to save room for a cannoli.

Location: 2050 East Main St., Snellville

Phone: 770-972-8411

Web site: http://www.provinos.com

 

 

 

Bonefish Grill

The chain of seafood restaurants, with a new location at The Avenue Webb Gin, has become known for its made-to-order dishes. Four sauces - mango salsa, pan Asian, lemon butter and virgin Mediterranean - can be paired with a variety of fish dishes for customized entrees. Customers love the deep-dish, graham cracker-crusted Key lime pie.

1350 Scenic Highway, Snellville. 678-344-8945. www.bonefishgrill.com.

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Cheeky Taqueria

Profile: Exposed brick walls, high ceilings and roll-up garage doors leading to an outdoor patio immediately indicate that Cheeky Taqueria is not a run-of-the-mill Mexican restaurant.

Address: 1039 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., suite A 122, Suwanee , Georgia

Phone:770-831-8887

Last Updated: January 25, 2008

Sushi Rock and Thai Cuisine

At this restaurant, which offers Japanese and Thai food, the menu includes sushi, as well as curry, stir-fried and noodle dishes. Customers like the Pad Thai, as well as the cooked sushi rolls. The Candy Roll, made with shrimp tempura, avocado and scallions and topped with fried crab meat and cheese, is popular.

Location: 2133 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road, Suwanee.

Phone: 770-237-9955.

Crossroads Grille

Don't let the exterior fool you: Crossroads Grill isn't just another restaurant along the Peachtree Industrial Boulevard stretch. This bar and grill serves upscale dishes, such as Black Angus filet mignon and spinach and artichoke-stuffed tilapia, but retains a cool, family atmosphere.

Location: 360 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Suwanee.

Phone: 770-614-7880.

Web site: http://www.crossroadsbarandgrille.com.

Dagwood's Sandwich Shoppe

Like the classic cartoon character for which it was named, Dagwood's is serious about sandwiches. We're not talking a few cuts of deli meat between slices of white bread, either. The colorful shop serves monstrous and innovative sandwiches crafted from unique ingredients, like the curry chicken salad on raisin swirl bread and the New Orleans Roast Beef Po' Boy with gravy. For the super hungry, go all out with The Dagwood, made from three slices of bread, five types of meat and finished with a practical salad bar of toppings.

Location: Dagwood's is located in the new Suwanee Depot Shopping Center on Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road, near the I-85 overpass.

3131 Lawrenceville Suwanee Road, Suwanee.

http://www.dagwoods.us.com.

Phone: 770-633-7165.

Indigo Joe's Sports Pub

Profile: From football to baseball, salads to burgers, Indigo Joe's offers something for every taste. Customer favorites include the Mexican chicken salad, the Regular Joe burger and the sauce-smothered baby back ribs. The sports pub features 42 flat screen TVs, all turned to sports channels, as well as a game room for children.

Location: 3890 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road, Suwanee.

Phone: 770-945-5433.

Web site: http:// www.indigojoes.com.

Fiji

Fiji has created a tropical getaway within the frazzle of Peachtree Industrial Parkway. Specializing in both island and American fare, the restaurant serves up Fijian dishes such as mango-topped grilled tilapia and curry rice, as well as homestyle favorites like meatloaf and penne pasta.

315 Peachtree Industrial Parkway, Suwanee. 770-904-7830. www.fijigoodfoodgetaway.com.

Lowcountry Barbecue Outpost

For 20 years, Lowcountry Barbecue Outpost supplied its customers with a platters of sweet, Carolina-style barbecue. Thanks to the constant inquiries from patrons, the catering company branched off and opened its first stand-alone location. Lowcountry serves up heaping plates of chicken, pork and beef barbecue, spicy peel-and-eat shrimp and huge helpings of Southern sides.

3455 Peachtree Parkway, suite 201, Suwanee. 678-688-7678. www.outpostbbq.com.

Five Guys Famous Burgers and Fries

With its red-and-white color scheme and vintage-inspired decor, this burger joint feels like a retro diner. The house specialty is the burgers, which feature hand-formed patties and a choice of toppings ranging from ketchup and mustard to mushrooms and green peppers. Fries, in both regular and Cajun flavors, are also popular.

Town Center Park, 340 Town Center Ave., suite 1A, Suwanee. 770-945-4670. www.fiveguys.com.

 

 

 

Alpharetta

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