Gwinnett's vibrant Hispanic population makes the county a hub for delicious Latin food. At dozens of spots throughout the county, residents and visitors can support Hispanic-owned restaurants while sampling authentic eats, including Venezuelan (La Sabrosita), traditional Mexican tamales (La Mixteca Tamale House), empenadas (Mama Empanadas) and much more.

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Photo credit: Oaxaca in Lawrenceville


La Mixteca (Oaxacan style tamales and entrees) - Suwanee

Alebrije Mexican Restaurant (Authentic Mexican dishes) - Suwanee

Frontera Mex-Mex Grill (Mexican) - 8 Gwinnett locations

Plazas Las Americas (Latino Shopping Mall with food court) - Duluth

Pal Loko Antojo (Ice cream and treats) - Duluth

Beto's Tacos (street tacos) - Suwanee

D'Luv Cake (cakes) - Duluth

The Caribbean Restaurant (Central American/North Caribbean) - Duluth

Celidas Cafe (Venezuelan) - Duluth

Antojitos Potosinos (Wraps/Tacos/ Plates) - Duluth

La Sabrosita Restaurant (Venezuelan Street Food) - Duluth

Mariscos + Cocos Dona Reyna (Seafood) - Duluth

Star Bakery (El Salvadorian pastries) - Duluth

Mi Casita Boricua Restaurant (Puerto Rican) - Lilburn

Panaderia Boricua (Puerto Rican) - Norcross

El Salvador Bakery (El Salvadorian) - Lawrenceville

Pupuseria Centroamericana (Central American) - Lawrenceville

La Salvadorenita Pupuseria Y Taqueria ( Salvadorian) - Norcross

Trigos Colombian Restaurant (Colombian) - Lawrenceville

Mama Empanadas (Dominican) - Lilburn

Tacos and Tequila (Mexican) - Buford

Oaxaca (Mexican) - Lawrenceville

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*Note: Photos above are property of Oaxaca Tacos + Tequila Bar in Lawrenceville.