If you are interested in one-of-a-kind restaurants, check out the downtown areas of Buford, Duluth, Lawrenceville and Norcross. Gwinnett has plenty of options for all taste buds. Plus, restaurants provide are an important source of jobs for the United States economy. In fact, an estimated 13 million people (9 percent of the United States workforce) are employed by restaurants, according to the National Restaurant Association. The association also estimates that by 2019 there will be 86,500 new restaurant and foodservice jobs in our state. In today”s economy, an increase in jobs is definitely a good reason to give the pans a break and enjoy a night on the town.
There”s nothing like some good, old-fashioned, slow cooked barbecue. Our readers say your taste buds will love Dillard”s Barbecue, Dreamland Bar-B-Que, Holy Smokes BBQ, Jim “N Nick”s Bar-B-Q and Shane”s Rib Shack.
What are your favorite pizza toppings? Whether you like pepperoni, veggie or Hawaiian, you can”t go wrong with a pizza from Cosmo”s Original Little Italy, Fini”s Pizzeria, Mellow Mushroom or Slice-O-Rama.
Teaching a man to fish might feed him for days, but really what”s the point with so many exceptional seafood restaurants in our area? Our readers are fond of Bahama Breeze, Bonefish Grill, Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen, Sperata on the Square and Third Coast Grille.
When our readers have a craving for sushi they go to the Kani House, Mori House, Ninja Steakhouse or Orient Garden.
Best Chinese Food
Get the chopsticks ready! If you want some authentic Chinese food, visit Chin Chin VII, Golden Buddha, Iron Wok China Bistro, Orient Garden and P. F. Chang”s China Bistro. Why not try one you haven”t been to tonight?
Best Mexican Food
Hey amigos! Do you know where to find the best tacos? You”ll find our readers munchin” on chips, salsa and tacos at Cabo”s Mexican Grill, Cinco Mexican Cantina, Frontera Mex-Mex Grill and Monterrey Mexican Restaurant.
Best Cup of Coffee