Gwinnett County, located northeast of Atlanta, is a popular multicultural destination. Gwinnett’s large immigrant population has introduced delicious Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Bangladeshi and other international cuisines to the famous Buford Highway. Here are our three MUST dos for any visit to Gwinnett County.

1. Seoul of the South Korean Food Tour

“K-Town,” the area around Pleasant Hill Road, Lawrenceville Suwanee Road and Duluth Highway, has a plethora of Korean business, churches and restaurants. These Korean restaurants range from bakeries to barbeque to traditional Korean soul food. Almost 42% of Korean-Americans in Georgia live in Gwinnett County. ­To read more about the food tour and purchase tickets, click here.


2. Try the Viral Unicorn Macaron at Mac Lab Bakery

Mac Lab’s seasoned macaron bakers are classically trained at the Culinary Institute of America in French pastries. The Unicorn macaron went viral in 2016 and the Bakery’s success continues to this day. Learn more about the bakery here.


3. Grab a Burger and Beer from Good Word Brewing and Public House

Serving scrumptious Latin and Southern food, Good Wood Brewing and Public House aims to bring together neighbors, both personally and professionally. View the brewery’s beers and menu by clicking here.


4. Explore the outdoors

There are plenty of fun outdoor places to take the family including PlayTown Suwanee, which features a magical bus, castle, login cabin, boat, elephant and more. For more outdoor exploration ideas, click here.


After a long day of eating, spend the night at Home2 Suites Norcross or Hilton Atlanta Perimeter Suites.

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