Guide to Gwinnett
Support these Woman-Owned Businesses in Gwinnett
March is Women's History Month and we want to take a moment to give a shout out to a few of our favorite tourism-related businesses that have leading ladies. Please support these woman-owned businesses in Gwinnett by shopping with them or sending some business their way!
In My Fillings: This noteworthy bakery's pastry chef has been featured on VH1, Food Network and Bravo! Stop in for uniquely flavored cupcakes and cookies.
Panache Consignment: Upscale and stylish second-hand clothing. Located at Town Center Park.
Dress Up: On-trend clothes at affordable prices! Located at Town Center Park.
Ensemble: Complete your look by shopping their fashionable dresses, tops and accessories.
Buff City Soap: Pick up your favorite all natural soaps and skincare products made fresh daily.
Fabrik: Boutique shopping at The Forum on Peachtree Parkway.
Rusted Fence: Farmhouse style home decor items styled to perfection.
Further Down the Rabbit Hole: A Buford favorite, this boutique carries the sought after boutique styles in clothing and accessories.
Three Blind Mice: Filling yet trendy new American fare from a top-notch chef. Check out their wine market, too!
Back by Popular Demand: Longstanding Gwinnett consigment boutique with designer brand clothing and handbags.
Cosmo's Pizza + Social: Delicious pizza and other Italian favorites. They also host great events, so be sure to check out their events calendar.
Nancy's Candy and Spice: Whether you love cooking with new spices or you have a sweet tooth, Nancy's has got you covered.
Masterpiece Mixers: Gather a group of friends to get creative at this paint and sip location.
AR Workshop: It's tool time! Show up empty-handed and leave with a completed project! Projects include rustic wooden signs, door hangers, blankets and more.
Painting with a Twist: Laugh and enjoy a group setting for painting and sipping. Leave with a new creation created by YOU!
Anna Balkan: High quality handmade jewelry by local designer, Anna Balkan.
Carolee's: Boutique clothing and accessories tucked away inside of a quaint historic house in downtown Norcross.
Ivy Tea House: Join the folks at Ivy Tea House for High Tea or use their location for your next bridal or baby shower.
Glitter G: Fashionable clothing and accessories located in a historic storefront in Norcross.
Taste of Britain: Atlanta's best solution for finding European candies, teas and gift items.
Hello Rainbow: Whimsical toy shop and kids bookstore in downtown Duluth. You'll leave wishing that they had one for adults too.
Eye Candy Art Studio: Let your creativity run free while you paint pottery in this fun little studio. Eye Candy is one of downtown Duluth's most longstanding stores.
The Chocolaterie: Willy Wonka who? These young ladies create chocolate delicacies by hand daily. They've also got ice cream and gifts for sale. (And if you're over 18 ask about the "dirty socks" they keep behind the register. They are colorful socks with hilariously inappropriate sayings on them. A great gift for that one friend who also happens to be hilariously inappropriate).
Simply Done Donuts: Bacon, banana, Fruity Pebbles, S'mores. You name and they've done the donut version. Stop by for memorable bite-sized donuts in downtown Duluth.
Personify: A local mother/daughter combo have run this adorable shop in Duluth for years. Also, check out the beautiful artwork on display created by the mother half of the duo. Follow them on Instagram for previews of new merchandise weekly.
Harper Row: Shop for gift items, clothing and accessories in the expertly merchandised storefront in downtown Duluth.
Perazim: This mother/daughter team run their business with a goal to empower women. Shop for clothing and gifts in downtown Sugar Hill.