2920 Old Norcross Rd
Duluth, GA 30096
Phone: (770) 921-5556
Fax: (770) 921-5346
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Karaoke Available Live Music Available Hours: unknown
Sweetwater Bar and Grill - About Us
Having the same ownership since 1996, Sweetwater Bar and Grill in Duluth, Georgia has been one of Gwinnett County's top spots for tasty food, affordable drinks, great music, and a friendly, fun staff. Sweetwater LIVE, our live music venue, has become an Atlanta staple since its inception in 2002 and was recently voted 2010's Best OTP Music Club by Creative Loafing. Sweetwater Bar and Grill hosts the best in metro-Atlanta's original bands, as well as poker, dart, and billiard tournaments, karaoke, open mic, sporting events, and parties. Our 10,000 sq. ft. bar boasts ten professional eight-foot billiard tables, nine dart boards, two bars, and a full-service kitchen open until 1AM (midnight on weekdays). You can find Extreme Poker Tour Texas Hold Em six nights a week, as well as NFL Package and Buzztime Trivia and Poker.
Come see why Sweetwater Bar and Grill has developed a great reputation among bar patrons, sports enthusiasts, gamers, music fans, and bands!
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Sweetwater Bar and Grill... original live music, pool/dart tournaments, karaoke, Texas Hold 'Em poker, open mic night... visit the website for all upcoming events.
by Amanda D. on
I spent about 4 days trying to keep myself from going here, and then when I finally did so, it was so disgustingly humid I just wanted tea for later. I was seriously after that birthday tea that Alexa G. mentioned. I actually think they get their teas from Adagio because it's exactly what I've seen on their site. I may be paying a bit more for it, but I don't have to sit and wait for it and pay shipping, so it's not really a big deal that they may not do all their own blends of tea. Which of course also means that it's not their fault I am not too fond of it. The caramel comes off more like maple syrup, but with a bit of milk, it's drinkable. (I also found though it tastes much better made in a cast iron tea pot than a plastic ~magical tea~ straining cup. I never really believed the way you made tea really made a difference until that.) Tah dealt with all the measuring of tea for me as the guy behind the counter seemed like he was new. I told her I had found out about the place via rateclubs, which was a positive, and she told me about the place and it does seem like an awesome hangout spot.... ....And I finally made it back during freezing cold temperatures so I could grab lunch, tea, and a good spot to study. I was less than impressed with the place this time around. I spent $12 on a roast beef wrap and a pot of apple pie tea. The wrap came with chips, but it was definitely not worth $8 for how little was inside. I had been thinking about going somewhere else in that shopping center for lunch, and I really should have. I'm not fond of how they serve tea, either. You are brought a glass container of the tea and the sort of glass mug I associate with fancy coffee drinks, and you pour it from there into your cup as needed. It was a bit tough to not spill, compared to a press or a tea pot. It also wasn't as well insulated, so the tea cooled off quickly. Since nobody even explained anything about refills to me, and I wasn't paying for another pot of tea to be made that way, I ended up finding another spot to study. I'd still go back, but just to buy loose leaf tea to make at home. Maybe. The dessert case could be a game changer there. I just definitely wouldn't eat lunch there again. #rateclubs365 - 2/365
by Samantha B. on
I've been here a couple times with one of my friends... both times were pretty fun. They play some fun music and there are lots of people dancing. Great place for dancing. Girls, beware you will get hit on, but who doesn't need an ego boost every now and then? Really a fun little place. My only complaint is that the last time I came here, they had a big cooler of water in the corner, which was awesome after dancing my ass off. This time, no water, had to buy a bottle.