Scenes from Suwanee: Where to have breakfast, lunch and dinner in Suwanee

With work and busy schedules, it's hard to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. But with my three recommendations of the best places in Suwanee to eat these meals, make time to try some delicious food.

For brunch, go to Moondance, a restaurant and lounge located at 300 Peachtree Industrial Blvd. Moondance serves brunch every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. They have everything from a fresh fruit and cheese platter to classic brunch items like pancakes and French toast, which I prefer with a lot of powdered sugar on top. While you eat, you can enjoy the music of various jazz artists. Today's performer will be Atlanta-based artist Jabari Grover.

If you're craving a sandwich for lunch, you have to stop by Jimmy John's, located at 3630 Peachtree Parkway. This sandwich shop is my favorite place to go for lunch. I go there at least two times a week. My favorite sandwich is the No. 1, which is called the Pepe, and it comes with applewood smoked ham and provolone cheese garnished with lettuce, tomato and mayo. My boyfriend's favorite sandwich is the No. 10, which is the Hunter's Club, and it has a full pound of fresh sliced, medium rare roast beef, provolone, lettuce, tomato and mayo. I know you're probably wondering what makes these sandwiches so great, and it's definitely the bread that's made fresh daily. Every time I've gone in there, I see at least one employee preparing and baking bread. And all the 8-inch sandwiches are $4.49, which is a great deal.

For dinner, stop by Cinco Mexican Cantina, located at 1500 Peachtree Industrial Blvd. The atmosphere of this restaurant is so fun because they have an open bar area with a great selection of wine and beer. My favorite red to get is the Liberty School Cabernet Sauvignon. To eat, I would suggest starting with chips and queso. If you're a guacamole fan, they have a person there to make it fresh right in front you. My favorite dinner choice is the chicken enchiladas, which come with jalapeno corn and black beans. As someone who can't eat spicy food, the corn is a perfect blend of flavor that won't kill my taste buds.

So stop by these three places and let me know what you think. Is there a place in Suwanee you like to go for breakfast, lunch or dinner? Email me at tori.boone@gwinnettdailypost.com.