Nine of 20 restaurants participating in Gwinnett Restaurant Week are located in Duluth.
Monday, September 19, 2011
Duluth residents won’t have to go far to find a meal for $21.21 (plus tax and gratuity) during the sixth annual Gwinnett Restaurant Week. Nine of the 20 participating restaurants are located in Duluth. Sponsored by the Gwinnett County Convention and Visitors Bureau, the three-course meals will be available for the special price Monday, Sept. 19, through Thursday, Sept. 22. Gwinnett Restaurant Week menus can be viewed at www.gcvb.org/restaurantweek. “Great meals and a great deal; that is kind of our motto for Gwinnett Restaurant Week,” said Lisa Anders, GCVB deputy director, in a press release. “The restaurants have created delicious and creative Restaurant Week menus, where you can experience Gwinnett’s most popular restaurants at a …
Grand opening of relocated, restored historic Duluth Train Depot and other events this weekend.
The art and culture explosion that is fall in Gwinnett continues this weekend with big events happening every day. Below are just a few, so check out the options and go experience something new! Japanese Cultural Festival - The 25th annual JapanFest will kickoff at 10 a.m. this Saturday at Gwinnett Convention Center in Duluth. Music, food, performances and more will showcase Japanese culture, and 100% of the $8 entry fee will go toward earthquake and tsunami relief in Japan. For tickets, more information or just to donate, visit the website here. Southeastern Railway Museum - The grand opening of the relocated and restored historic Duluth Train Depot is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, at the museum located on Buford Highway east of…