Gwinnett Restaurant Week

​Gwinnett Restaurant Week's Best Patios

I'm outdoorsy in the sense that I like to drink on patios.

Who doesn't love patio sitting in the summer? Great news—a lot of Gwinnett Restaurant Week (GRW) participants have excellent outdoor seating areas that you can take advantage of. July 16-20, these restaurants will be offering a three course, prix fixe meal at just $25 (plus tax and gratuity).

1910 Public House in Lilburn was literally recognized for their patio. During Gwinnett Restaurant Week, they'll be serving options like pimento cheese, shrimp and grits and chocolate bread pudding. I'll take one of everything, k, thanks.

Kurt's Euro Bistro in Duluth has a fantastic outdoor biergarten. It's nicely shaded, so will be perfect for a warm summer night. Try the potato pancakes, the Jaegerschnitzel (pork tenderloin cutlets) and the apple strudel. More options.

An Atlanta favorite, Marlow's Tavern has locations in Duluth and Buford, and both have perfect patio seats. Marlow's is a great place to grab a drink and relax after a long day at work. Why not also get an awesome $25 meal? Both locations are serving some tavern favorites, like truffle fries or smoked trout dip. The black and blue salad is an option for an entree (my fav), and for dessert try the creme brulee or the pot de crème chocolate pudding.

If you're in the Peachtree Corners area, check out Ten Bistro during GRW. Their patio is intimate and secluded, perfect for a summer day. They'll be serving up some salads for you to choose from for your first course. They're offering a handful of great entrees, including wild caught salmon and Manhattan flat iron steak. You'll end the night with a dessert combo. See what else they're serving.

Suwanee Park Tavern will also be joining us for GRW, and they've got a fantastic patio that opens up right to their bar. Keep an eye out for their menu here.

Start planning your patio hopping for GRW. We certainly can't wait.


Post by Jessica Whittingslow

Self-proclaimed foodie and adventurer, Jessica loves to explore Gwinnett and all the great dining, shopping, activities and events the area has to offer. When she's not telling you guys what dishes to try or where to be, she's reading, spending time outdoors or catching up on the latest Netflix original series (who else loved Stranger Things??). She's got an Australian Shepherd that's basically her child and a husband, who always comes second to the dog (sorry, not sorry).

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