Joeff Davis



As Gwinnett’s most nouveau-riche town, it’s home to more than its share of gated communities, McMansions, chain restaurants and horrific traffic. The state even had to build a half-cloverleaf at the intersection of Buford Highway and Pleasant Hill Road, for chrissake. But just as you start to get lost amid the upscale strip malls, you begin to find signs of life and cultural vibrancy, such as the cluster of Korean bakeries and shops around the appropriately named Super H Mart, or the Georgia French Bakery & Café, or any number of restaurants serving authentic ethnic cuisine. And the city's historic center has been reinvented around a public lawn with nearby shops and eateries, creating a small-town vibe amidst the sprawl.

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