Gwinnett Convention and Visitors Bureau Announces 5th Annual Gwinnett Restaurant Week

Thursday, Jul 1, 3:00PM
Duluth, GA – The GCVB is pleased to announce that Monday, July 19 Thursday, July 22, 2010 will be the dates of the 2010 Gwinnett Restaurant Week. This popular dining promotion features 18 participating restaurants, each of whom offers a three-course meal for just $21.21 (plus tax/gratuity). “Great meals and a great deal; that is kind of our motto for Gwinnett Restaurant Week,” explains Lisa Anders, GCVB Marketing Communications Director. She adds, “The GCVB conceived Restaurant Week for a couple of reasons: one, to showcase some of our best restaurants to both our visitors and our locals, and by offering great value to diners.”
Most participating restaurants require reservations for Restaurant Week, and Anders suggests making them early to confirm space. “A number of our restaurants sell out each year, so the earlier the better for making reservations; people are really excited by the variety of menus and the great price point.” Restaurants are also excited by the event; with Melting Pot Proprietor Layla Haddad Gunn adding, “We are very excited to be a part of Gwinnett Restaurant Week! Gwinnett has so many wonderful restaurants, and it’s a great way for the community to dine at old favorites or find new hot spots.” Participating restaurants include:
• Aqua Terra Bistro, Buford
• Park Café, Duluth
• The Melting Pot, Duluth
• Sugo, Medlock Bridge Rd, Duluth
• Hi-Life Kitchen, Norcross
• Luciano’s, Duluth
• Dominick’s (Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth)
• Bonefish Grill (The Avenue Webb Gin)
• Ted’s Montana Grill (The Avenue Webb Gin)
• Prime Parc Steakhouse (Mall of Georgia)
• Sperata, downtown Buford
• Sperata, Historic Lawrenceville
• Carrabba’s Sugarloaf
• Kurt’s & Vreny’s European Bistro
All restaurants/menus can be viewed online at Reservations are made by contacting the restaurants directly. Anders notes that while a number of restaurants are long-time participants, several new restaurants (Bonefish Grill, Prime Parc, Luciano’s and Dominic’s Buford Village) are participating for the first time.
The Gwinnett Convention and Visitors Bureau is Gwinnett County’s official tourism organization and is dedicated to strengthening Gwinnett County’s economy by marketing the county as a destination for conventions, sporting events, meetings and leisure travel throughsales, marketing and promotion. The GCVB also runs the Gwinnett Sports Commission, and oversees the management and marketing of Gwinnett Center.