“We’re Just Going To Keep Doing That” — The Story of Bare Bones Steakhouse

Buddy and Gaye Maughon not only keep the story of the Bona Allen Harness and Saddlery alive through their restaurant, Bare Bones Steakhouse, they also live in the old Victor Allen house just up Main Street. The two are truly citizens of Main Street, Buford, as much as any have ever had the right to… READ MORE

Major Development Near Mall of Georgia Approved by Commissioners

Gwinnett County commissioners approved a massive development at the corner of Mall of Georgia Boulevard and Woodward Crossing Boulevard. The plan was approved by the commission Tuesday, September 27, 2016 in a 3-0 vote. The development is a 16-acre plan, developed by Ivy Creek Partners. It includes 162,000 square feet of retail space, 76,000 square… READ MORE

Gwinnett Approves Outdoor Alcohol Consumption at Infinite Energy Center, Mall of Georgia

With the Infinite Energy Center increasing in popularity as an arena for large concerts and other events, the Gwinnett Board of Commissioners has approved methods to transform the area into a booming entertainment district. On Tuesday, August 16, the Gwinnett Board of Commissioners agreed to allow alcohol consumption outside of the Infinite Energy Center. In… READ MORE

Wayback Burgers Announces Fourth Georgia Location

America’s Hometown Burger Joint to Open in Buford This Fall; Location to Add Nearly 30 New Jobs to the Area Economy

Wayback Burgers Announces Fourth Georgia Location

CHESHIRE, CT (July 19, 2016) – Wayback Burgers, America’s hometown burger joint, serving delicious, 100-percent ground beef burgers, hand-dipped milkshakes and more, today announced its fourth Georgia restaurant, located near the Mall of Georgia at 3264 Buford Drive in Buford, slated to open this fall. Once opened, Wayback Burgers of Buford will add nearly 30… READ MORE

Development Decisions Pushed Further into the Future

Development Decisions Pushed Further into the Future

Zoning decisions regarding a substantial mixed­use project near the Mall of GA and a controversial “millennial housing” development near Snellville have been postponed for another month. The projects were scheduled to be considered Tuesday night by the Gwinnett County Planning Commission, but instead have been tabled until the August 2nd meeting. The Snellville area proposal… READ MORE