The City of Lawrenceville is the county seat and the oldest city in Gwinnett. Centrally located, Lawrenceville offers an array of dining, attractions, hotels and events for residents and visitors alike. Downtown Lawrenceville is full of culinary experiences, from Magazzino Delle Pizza and Cosmo's Pizza + Social to Foggy Bottom BBQ and Village Burger, you are sure to be pleased.
Lawrenceville is one of Gwinnett’s hot spots for hosting TV and film productions, including for Sleepy Hollow, Ozark, The Mule and Doom Patrol.
Many of the historic buildings of downtown Lawrenceville have been converted into chef-driven restaurants. Gwinnett’s first craft brewery, Slow Pour, offers revolving craft beers, and you can enjoy food trucks and live music on patio almost every weekend. Ironshield Brewing is a great choice for authentic European Ales.
Aurora Theatre adds to downtown Lawrenceville's charm and appeal by offering professional theater, comedy, Ghost Tours and children's programming. The newly opened Lawrenceville Arts Center provides top-notch entertainment or possible location for your next event.
Lawrenceville is unique in its combination of Southern charm and modern flair.
Step outside the city limits and experience places like the Adriatic Grill, a Mediterranean restaurant full of old family recipes.