You may be a wiz at the grill, but why own one when there are plenty of finger lickin” barbecue hot spots. The top vote getters this year were Dillard”s Barbecue, Uncle Betty”s BBQ, Jim ‘N Nick”s Bar-B-Q, Holy Smokes BBQ, Shane”s Rib Shack and the Texas Roadhouse.
Whether you like pizza by the slice or want the entire pie, there”s certainly not a lack of options. Mellow Mushroom, Fini”s Pizzeria, Pepperoni”s Pizza and Cosmo”s Original Little Italy are all known for piping hot pizza with the freshest variety of toppings.
No need to dust off the old rod and reel. Around here, the freshest seafood can be found at Bonefish Grill, Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen, Bahama Breeze and Third Coast Grille.
Mori House, Ninja Steakhouse, Chin Chin VII and Orient Garden are getting top votes when it comes to sushi in Gwinnett. Have you ever tried a tiger roll?
Best Chinese Food
Everybody”s got a favorite when it comes to Chinese. Those consistently getting two chopsticks up include P.F. Chang”s China Bistro, Lavender Asian Bistro, Chin Chin VII, Orient Garden and Mah Jong
Best Mexican Food
It doesn”t matter if you and your amigos love crazy tacos or are just in the mood to snack on some chips and cheese dip, Gwinnett”s got tacos all wrapped up. Our readers are likely to be found at Frontera Mex-Mex Grill, Cinco Mexican Cantina, Monterrey Mexican Restaurant and La Botana Tex Mex Restaurant, which are all known for their quick service.
Best Cup of Coffee
Time to get up and smell the coffee! Starbucks, PJ”s Coffee of New Orleans, Dunkin” Donuts, Caffé Stella and Café Mozart are all known for pouring a perfect cup every time.
Publix was named one of the best supermarkets in Gwinnett. With that weekly penny item offer, it”s not hard to see why. Other favorite stores included Kroger, Whole Foods Market, The Fresh Market and Trader Joe”s.
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2009 Best of Gwinnett resource guide