Gwinnett Burger Week: Know Before You Go
Did somebody say burgers? Ummmm, yes we did!
Gwinnett Burger Week returns March 14-20, 2021 and we've got a few tips for you to help you maximize the meatiest week of the year!
Tip like a champ
Ok, so we've worked with our locally owned restaurants to get you an awesome chef-created burger that's easily valued at $10+. Please tip your server at least 20%. It's been a tough year in the hospitality industry and most servers are working their BUNS off during Burger Week.
Eat early, they could run out
You're not the only one who salivates just by reading the descriptions of these limited time only burgers. You can expect that at least a couple of restaurants will run out of their burger towards the end of the day. Don't say we didn't warn you.
Don't leave your burger lonely
Ordering sides or a beer is certainly not a requirement for Burger Week, but wouldn't your Instagram burger pic look so much better with fries or locally crafted beer in the frame?
We heart hashtags
Tag us, mention us, shout us out. We love that. Also use #GwinnettBurgerWeek. We might even repost your pic or give you some sweet swag for helping us spread the word.
Dine in or make it to-go
Traditionally, Gwinnett Burger Week has always been a dine-in promotion, but we know that most people are not comfortable dining in restaurants yet. Never fear, most restaurants are offering a pick up to-go option for the burger. The Gwinnett Burger Week promotion is NOT available via third party delivery companies like Grub Hub, Door Dash Uber Eats, Chow Now, etc. Please remember to tip even if your burger is to-go.
Let's not forget that whole pandemic thing
As always, if you choose to dine out during Gwinnett Burger Week please practice social distancing. There could be waits due to limited capacities inside restaurants but don't get all hangry. Be a kind human.
Got more questions? Check out the FAQ page here.