Stop eating at chain restaurants, Snellville

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Stop eating at chain restaurants, Snellville

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If you want a great dining experience around Snellville, don't settle for a chain restaurant. Locally owned restaurants often feature more diverse food options and a level of service that's hard to beat. Here are a few eateries worth a visit.

If you're jonesing for great sushi, Sri Thai & Sushi (2218 Scenic Highway) has you covered. With a wide range of traditional Thai cuisine and a Japanese bar featuring sashimi, makimono and nigiri sushi, bring your family and friends for a culinary experience they'll never forget.

Sometimes you just want fast, hometown food with a lot of flavor. Blinky's (2115 Main St. E.) offers local favorites such as chicken wings, hamburgers and fries along with an extra helping of Southern hospitality. Blinky's has a reputation for serving only the freshest food in a kid-friendly environment.

Need a relaxing place to hang out with friends and enjoy delicious food? Come down to Summits Wayside Tavern (3334 Stone Mountain Highway) and sample one of its signature burgers such as the Horseradish Onion, the California crunch burger or the towering inferno. Summits Wayside Tavern uses a blend of local Georgia and Midwestern beef, making its burgers really stand out from the crowd.

Are you hungry for Chinese food, but your friends all want Thai? No problem. Just visit Asian Max (2624 Cindy Lane SW), a hot spot in the Snellville area. Offering a full Japanese hibachi grill and authentic Chinese and Thai cuisine, Asian Max has a little something for everybody.

A trip to Fratelli's Pizza (3070 Main St. W.) will make you feel as if you're right in the heart of New York City with its New York-style pizza, a wide range of pastas and traditional Italian desserts such as cannolis and tiramisu. This family-owned restaurant takes pride in serving authentic Italian cuisine. It also offers catering and delivery.

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