Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
2350 Stephens Center Drive
Duluth, GA 30096
Phone: (678) 474-9700
Fax: (678) 474-9703
Located at the Ice Forum, Duluth's ice skating facility, the Breakaway Grill is a place to find hungry skaters and ice hockey players. The real appeal of the Breakaway Grill is that its second-story location overlooks the practice rink for Atlanta's NHL team, the Thrashers. Floor-to-ceiling windows let you watch practice while eating wings or a sandwich. It's not unusual to see the Thrashers coaching staff and members of Atlanta's sports media dining at the Breakaway Grill, too.
For a slice of the Middle Ages, the Medieval Times - Atlanta Castle is the perfect place to go with your family and friends. Experience the action at this dinner and show facility where six knights combat with swords and display expert horsemanship set in Medieval Spain. Explore the Hall of Arms and the torture museum. And then feast on the nobility fare of tomato bisque soup, garlic bread, roast chicken, herb mixed potatoes and decadent pastries. Reservations are highly recommended.
Luciano's is a restaurant that endeavors to bring the flavors of Italy to Duluth, an aim it has managed to achieve. The casual atmosphere of this restaurant makes it easy to sit back, relax and proceed to dig in to the many delicacies the menu features, and that is exactly what you should do. Spaghetti with veal meatballs, fried grouper paninis, smoked chicken pizzas are a few of the scrumptious offerings you can feast on, complemented perfectly by something from the wine list. House-made confections like gelato and Italian donuts are a great way to end the meal.
Delighting the citizens of Duluth with real New York-style pizzas, Vinny’s N.Y. Pizza & Grill is a haunt for families and groups of friends. Unlike a pizzeria, Vinny’s has the ambiance of a warm living room. The place is well-furnished with comfortable couches and sunlight ushers in through large windows during lunch hours. The thin-crust pizzas are Vinny’s forte, and some of the must-try specials here are The White Pizza, Meat O Mania, Caprese Pizza and the Greek Pizza. The place also serves sandwiches, delicious pastas and calzones. At Vinny’s N.Y. Pizza & Grill, the beer selection is impressive and they also have good wines on offer.
Feast on a spread of chimichangas, fajitas and burritos at Frontera Mex-Mex Grill. This lively spot enjoys a lot of footfalls due to its impeccable food. The dishes are made as per traditional recipes, and are reminiscent of the restaurants in Mexico. The horseshoe-shaped bar offers delicious drinks to quench the thirst. For those on a diet, there are low-calorie meals as well.
Kaets Steakhouse is one of your dining options at the luxurious Atlanta Marriott Gwinnett Place. Open only for dinner, this casual restaurant serves not only succulent steaks, but also many seafood preparations that will have you licking your chops. Delectable confections and many wines to be paired with your meal complete the wonderful dining experience.
Established in 2012, Shabu & Shabu has already become a favorite among foodies in Atlanta. It serves authentic Korean cuisine made from fresh ingredients and served in a clean and hygienic setting. Here, patrons come mainly for the delicious hot-pot food and soups. Though this place is a meat-lovers delight, vegetarians won't be disappointed as they have satisfying options to choose from. You can seal the meal with a tasty Korean-style dessert from the next-door bakery.
Housed in the ancient Knox House and aptly named due to its proximity to the Duluth Town Green, Park Café specializes in Southern fare. The comfort food on offer is indebted to French fare, and the blending of the two is a treat to your taste buds. The lunch and dinner menus are seasonally inspired, and should you drop by in the right season, you could gorge on delicacies like Potato and Horseradish Salmon, Crab Cake Sandwich, Duck Confit Pasta and Sautéed Tilapia.
If you wish to try some real ramen in Suwanee, head to Umaido. This quaint Japanese restaurant has garnered a lot of popularity for the soulful bowls of ramen that they serve. All of their ramen specials are flavorful and consists of fresh noodles which are made in-house. The bowls are massive in size and under USD10 one can have a satisfying meal here. Also, they are always generous with their meat and seafood. The well-lit hall and lively ambiance combined with Japanese paraphernalia makes the place delightful.
Cinco Cuatro - Suwanee is a vibrant restaurant serving contemporary Mexican fare. The food is made from scratch and some of the signature dishes are Salmon a la Parilla, lobster and shrimp sauce and jalapeno potato cake. Must try's are the braised pork shank carnitas and cheese quesadilla. The restaurant also hosts live rock music almost every day. Besides serving lunch and dinner, they also have Sunday brunch.
Udipi offers Atlantans a taste of authentic South Indian vegetarian cuisine. The first of its kind, Udipi offers a lunch buffet seven days a week for those who want to sample the best of Udipi's offerings. The full menu is available for lunch or dinner and features classic curries, uthappams (Indian style pancakes) and crepe-like dosa filled with potatoes, coconut and other flavorful ingredients. Be sure to try one of the house specialties like chana batura, large puffy bread with a spicy chickpea curry. Cool your tongue with a smooth mango lassi or creamy rasmalai for dessert. This one's not to be missed.
Housed in a charming restored farmhouse, Kurt's Bistro provides a fun, authentic dining atmosphere with plenty of European charm and ambiance without sacrificing any attention to detail. The menu offers a variety of seafood and steaks along with European specialty dishes with an emphasis on traditional German specialty dishes. You can also choose between different draft beers, a large variety of specialty bottled beers, a complete wine list.