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9 Local Restaurants To Visit During Gwinnett Burger Week

Returning for its ninth year, Gwinnett Burger Week is a weeklong celebration will feature limited-edition burger creations for just $10.

You’ve been hitting the gym, getting in your 10,000 steps every day and staying away from the Friday office donuts. Doesn’t all that willpower deserve a treat?

Explore Gwinnett, the official tourism organization of Gwinnett County, is sponsoring a special event that will certainly satisfy cravings for something tasty.

Returning for its ninth year, Gwinnett Burger Week is taking place March 18 through 24. The weeklong celebration will feature limited-edition burger creations for just $10 at 21 restaurants across the county. Southwest Gwinnett is home to nine of these restaurants.

Besides indulging in all that succulent, beefy goodness, participants have an opportunity to help pick the county’s best burgers. Explore Gwinnett has outlined the easy-to-follow steps:

Gwinnett Burger Week pass instructions

STEP 1: Get your pass at

New this year is the mobile pass with no apps to download. It allows consumers to earn prizes for visits during Gwinnett Burger Week. And according to Explore Gwinnett, more visits could mean more prizes.  

STEP 2: Receive a text.

The pass will be instantly delivered to cell phones via text or email. It will be ready to use during Gwinnett Burger Week. (A tip from Explore Gwinnett: save it to your home screen for easy one-tap access all week long.)

STEP 3: Use your pass. 

When visiting a participating restaurant, check in to collect points. Save up points for the prize that you want. Don’t forget to turn on location services to check in.

Some other sage advice from Explore Gwinnett:

  • Don’t forget to vote in the “People’s Choice” contest for your favorite burger.
  • Hang on to your recipient and take a photo of it to qualify to vote for the burger of your choice.
  • Eat early as the restaurants could run out.
  • Don’t leave your burger lonely. Ordering a beer or appetizer is not required for Burger Week, but wouldn’t your Instagram burger pic look so much better with fries or locally crafted beer in the frame? 
  • Show some hashtag love. Tag Burger Week, mention Explore Gwinnett and give a shout-out to your favorite eatery. Use #GwinnettBurgerWeek.
  • Dine in. The Gwinnett Burger Week promotion is not available via any third-party delivery service (i.e., Grub Hub, Uber Eats, Door Dash), and it’s not available for takeout.

Explore Gwinnett worked with locally owned restaurants to get patrons some of the most awesome chef-created burgers with a side in the area.

It’s a deal that’s easily valued at $15 or more. So, Explore Gwinnett is encouraging everyone to please tip servers at least 20%.

B&W Burgers, Buns & Brews is offering the ‘Candied Smash,’ a beer cheese smash burger with candied bacon on a pretzel bun. 

B&W Burgers first opened its doors in November of 2022. It is a locally owned and operated burger restaurant located in the heart of Norcross.

Exterior of B&W Burgers, Buns, & Brews // Photo credit: @dmeksvanh via Instagram

According to its website, “We’re on a mission to challenge the way people think about burger places. Our goal is to create a neighborhood spot where friends, families, and coworkers can come together and eat delicious quality burgers.”

113 S Peachtree St
Norcross, GA 30071

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill’s ‘Throwback Burger’ is a wood-grilled burger with onion, lettuce, tomato and secret sauce. 

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill is located in Peachtree Corners Town Center. It’s an American restaurant and steakhouse known for a scratch kitchen, bold flavors and an inviting atmosphere.

Interior of Firebirds Wood Fired Grill

Management wants clients to “Enjoy our signature menu items including hand-cut, aged steaks and fresh seafood or our specialty crafted cocktails and select wines. Join us for Happy Hour at the FIREBAR® or on the patio for bar bites. We offer top-notch service and upscale dining at a modest price.”

5215 Town Center Blvd
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092


Goodword Brewing & Public House has the ‘GW Feature Burger,’ a four-ounce 100% chuck beef patty, Mahón cheese, pineapple and Manzano pepper jelly, coconut peanut butter and artisan greens, on an Alon’s burger bun toasted with garlic butter.

Good Word Brewing & Public House likes to say, “Let us fill your glass and clear the plates.”

The restaurant’s philosophy is that it starts with a village and the folks who make up the community.

Mural at Goodword Brewing & Public House // Photo credit: @districtatduluth via Instagram

“We are a collection of neighbors, its leaders, its youth and its misfits. All are welcome” is one of the establishment’s mottos.

It is a place to meet new friends, reconnect with old ones, share stories, celebrate, propose, commiserate and communicate.

3085 Main St
Duluth, GA 30096

LR Burger presents the ‘G.O.A.T.,’ a Cajun-seasoned smash patty, goat cheese, fried onions, bacon and house-made tangy BBQ sauce.

Guests are encouraged to take in the 360º view of beautiful downtown Duluth at the upstairs bar, which features exclusive cocktails, beer and wine.

3151 Main St
Duluth, GA 30096

Local on North is showcasing ‘Nuthin’ But A GA Thang,’ a burger with a one-third pound of choice ground beef, bacon, cheddar, fried green tomato and secret sauce.

Local on North says it’s where you are likely to bump into friends and find yourself conversing with neighboring tables.

Exterior of Local on North // Photo credit: @undeniablydowntownduluth via Instagram

At first glance, you will notice the bustling activity that shapes Local on North. Wait staff carry wine openers and hot plates of food. People chat and laugh, and wine glasses clink. The atmosphere is sophisticated, and good moods are contagious. Dinner reservations are encouraged.

3085 Main St
Duluth, GA 30096

Marlow’s Tavern’s Burger Week special is the ‘Everything and the Kitchen Sink Burger,’ a half-pound burger seasoned perfectly with cheddar cheese, chipotle BBQ sauce, bacon, mushrooms, caramelized onions, crispy onion strings, lettuce and tomato on a sesame bun.

Marlow’s Tavern prides itself in featuring the “best of the best” American tavern fare, served in a modern atmosphere.

Marlow’s Tavern Sous Chef Freddie Ocana

The menu is a diverse combination of classic dishes that are updated and elevated to a higher level. The restaurant also creates a neighborhood feel. An open kitchen invites diners to watch the chefs. Communal tables and large cozy booths are part of the bar feel.

1950 Satellite Boulevard
Duluth, GA 30097

5210 Town Center Blvd 
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092

Uncle Jack’s Meat House features the ‘Popin Jack,’ a beef blend patty smothered in a hearty mix of applewood smoked bacon, roasted jalapeños and cream cheese topped with its famous chipotle maple glaze.

The seeds for Uncle Jack’s Meat House were planted when Willie Degel was growing up as the youngest of four boys in a lower-middle-class family in Queens, NY.

From a young age, he heard stories about the New York steakhouse and speakeasy owned by his late godfather and great-uncle Jack in the 1920s. Inspired to own his own business one day, he bootstrapped himself from operating a childhood lemonade stand to running multiple newspaper routes, starting a neighborhood handyman service, and then tending a bar.

He then opened his first bar and restaurant in 1988 at the age of 20. Now, the Uncle Jack’s brand is tailored to today’s interest in natural, organic and sustainable ingredients. It’s the next milestone in Willie’s journey to deliver the ultimate restaurant experience.

6590 Sugarloaf Pkwy
Duluth, GA 30097

5222 Peachtree Pkwy
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092

Gwinnett Burger Week 2024

Monday, March 18 through Sunday, March 24

Featured photo caption: Marlow’s Tavern’s Burger Week special: the ‘Everything and the Kitchen Sink Burger’

Arlinda Smith Broady is part of the Boomerang Generation of Blacks that moved back to the South after their ancestors moved North. With approximately three decades of journalism experience (she doesn't look it), she's worked in tiny, minority-based newsrooms to major metropolitans. At every endeavor she brings professionalism, passion, pluck, and the desire to spread the news to the people.

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