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Best of Gwinnett 2009: Havin” fun and hangin” out

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Our readers are huge fans of fun. If you want to know where the most happening happy hour is after work or where to find the best spot to watch the game, just ask our readers to share their top hangout secrets. There”s no shortage of leisure-time activities in Gwinnett either, from golf to dance, there”s enough options to keep anyone busy and entertained.

Best Happy Hour
For the 21 and over crowd, drinks with clients or friends after work can be a fun time to get social. Some of the best spots to "wine" or "brew" about a hard day at the office include Bahama Breeze, Iron Horse Tavern, McCray”s Tavern on the Square, Taco Mac and 37 Main – A Rock Caf?.

Best Sports Bar
No matter which sports team you cheer for, there are plenty of places to kick back and watch the game. Gwinnett fans have been known to get into the game at Digger”s Freestyle Grill, Olde Towne Tavern, Taco Mac, The Fieldhouse and Wild Wing Cafe.

Best Concert Venue
From concerts on the green to concerts in the arena, our readers have a strong appreciation for live music. Their favorite spots to hear their favorite acts include Duluth Town Green, Suwanee Town Center Park and The Arena at Gwinnett Center.

Best Local Entertainer
Gwinnettians love it when our local talents make it big. They told us a few local entertainers worth checking out include Andy Velo, Joy Waters Fowler, Rachel Farley and Rudy Vaughn Band.

Best Movie Theater
Let”s go to the movies! Gwinnett movie goers voted AMC 18 Discover Mills, Regal Mall of Georgia 20 & IMAX, Regal Medlock Crossing 18 and The Great Escape – Hamilton Mill as the best spots to grab a bucket of popcorn and watch a featured flick.

Best Golf Course
Gwinnett likes to tee off at Bear”s Best Atlanta, Ch