Did you know Gwinnett is named after Button Gwinnett, a signer of the Declaration of Independence? Or that Korean cuisine in Duluth is nationally recognized? Read on to discover the best of the best and the why these places should not be missed.
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You'll fit right in with the locals while you venture through Gwinnett's many downtowns. The unique dining options and endless list of events each city offers will keep you coming back for more. And the shopping, the boutiques, antiques and accessories will make gift giving a fun hobby all year long. Even if you only gift yourself.
There’s something about discovering that tucked away coffee house or neighborhood park that makes a vacation more magical. Our locals are happy to point the way. Here they share the hidden gems and local hotspots that bring authentic flavor to Gwinnett.
Gwinnett has a lot to offer. From attractions and outdoor activities to over 100 hotels and a variety of award-winning domestic and international cuisine, you'll find something for everyone to enjoy while you're here. It's more than one person can do in a single trip. So, you'll just have to come back.
Food & Drink
Learn what locals love to do in Gwinnett.
Where the Locals Eat: Michael Park
Where the Locals Eat: Nick Masino
Where the Locals Eat: Kimberly Everett
Where the Locals Eat: Al Stilo
Little Barn Apothecary
Mac Lab Bakery