Gwinnett Technical College students offer lunch



The Culinary Arts Program at Gwinnett Technical College in Lawrenceville is proud to present a new year of exciting lunches with an international flair. Lunches will now be held on select Wednesday’s and begin January 22, 2014 and the cost is still an unbeatable $10.

*Reservations Required*

Please join us for lunch at 12:15 p.m.
Building 700, George Busbee Center Lobby, Gwinnett Technical College, Lawrenceville.

22nd: African
29th: Spanish & Iberian Peninsula

5th: Asian
19th: Greek/Middle Eastern
26th: Russian

26th: Caribbean/Central South American

2nd: Italian
9th: French

Meals Include:

  • 1st Course Choice of Appetizer
  • 2nd Course A Soup or Salad of the Day
  • 3rd Course Choice of Entrees
  • 4th Course Choice of Dessert
  • Featured Table Bread of the Week

Please remember — the lunches are to provide students a hands-on learning experience in preparing and serving food.

Reservations Required: To make reservations for the Spring Semester lunches, send a request, via email, to: You will receive a confirmation that your reservation has been made.

The cost is still an unbeatable $10.00. Cash or Check only, paid at the end of the meal. No credit cards. All lunches start at 12:15 p.m. in Building 700 George Busbee Center Lobby. Allow extra time for parking.

NOTE: Our service goal is one hour; but, due to the learning-teaching environment, it may take longer. Please be prepared to stay and enjoy the food, as well as, provide feedback to the students. Sorry, we cannot accommodate “To Go” orders.

Directions from Atlanta:

Our address is 5150 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville, GA 30043

Our campus is located approximately 25 miles northeast of Atlanta, at the corner of Highway 316 and Sugarloaf Parkway in Lawrenceville. For those driving to campus, there is student parking available, but allow extra time to find a spot. If you prefer public transportation, you can reach Gwinnett Tech by taking Gwinnett County Transit’s Route 40.



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