Six Popular Gwinnett Place Dining Destinations Featured in Explore Gwinnett’s
2017 Gwinnett Restaurant Week
Duluth, GA – July 7, 2017 – Explore Gwinnett is hosting its 12th annual Gwinnett Restaurant Week, Sunday, July 16 – Thursday, July 20. Six Gwinnett Place area dining establishments are among the 24 participants, including three establishments that are new to the list: 9292 Korean BBQ, ArtBar, and FUMI. The $25 (+ gratuity & tax) prix fixe meal is three courses, with most restaurants offering a 20% to 35% savings.
Participating Gwinnett Place Area Restaurants:
- 9292 Korean BBQ, Duluth (Korean BBQ) NEW!
- ArtBar, Duluth inside the Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta hotel (American) NEW!
- Breakers Korean BBQ, Duluth (Korean)
- FUMI Hibachi and Sushi Bar, Duluth (Hibachi) NEW!
- Honey Pig, Duluth (Korean BBQ)
- The Melting Pot, Duluth (Fondue)
Diners can visit GwinnettRestaurantWeek.com to view all of the participating restaurants’ menus. Reservations should be made by contacting the restaurants directly.
“There are 186 diverse restaurants in the Gwinnett Place CID, and more of them than ever are participating in Gwinnett Restaurant Week,” said Joe Allen, executive director, Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District (CID). “The CID fully supports the week and the opportunity it gives the participating restaurants to showcase Gwinnett Place as the epicenter of Gwinnett’s thriving and diverse dining scene.”
Most participating restaurants require reservations for Restaurant Week, and Explore Gwinnett staff suggest making them early to confirm space.
About Gwinnett Place CID
The Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District was founded in 2005 and its mission is to enhance the economic vitality of Gwinnett’s central business district by strengthening the area’s role as the center of commercial activity. With its proximity to the world-class Arena at Gwinnett Center venue and the Interstate 85 and Georgia Highway 316 corridors, Gwinnett Place serves as the gateway to the Atlanta region and all of Northeast Georgia. Annually, more than 8 million visitors come to Gwinnett Place seeking unique shopping experiences, an international mix of dining options and a wide array of entertainment venues. For more information, please visit the website, or connect via Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
Maggie McDaniel, on behalf of GPCID