Johns Creek Visitor's Guide

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Welcome #1 #1 Best Place to Live in Georgia (multiple sources, 2016-2020)


#3 Top 3 Safest City in Georgia (multiple sources 2016-2020)


ohns Creek is a small sophisticated suburban city on the outskirts of Atlanta, but don’t think that it is a city to drive right through without a stop. Established in 2006 by a group of visionaries and community supporters, Johns Creek is a place that attracts visitors and residents who understand that hard work can make a difference and who strive to be the exception to the status quo. This young city has over 300 acres of parks and recreation, including 13 miles of Chattahoochee Riverfront for kayaking, canoeing and fishing. It is also home to a nationally ranked dog park, challenging golf courses and a professional orchestra, the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra. Johns Creek is the 10th largest city in Georgia with nationally ranked schools.

Top 3 Best Place to Raise a Family in Georgia (multiple sources, 2016-2020)

It is the most internationally diverse city in Georgia with residents from around the world, and the diverse dining and art and recreation represent these different cultures. Johns Creek is also home to the Johns Creek Veterans Memorial Walk, the 2nd largest privately funded veterans memorial park in the U.S. This 4+ acre area includes “The Wall That Heals”, a replica of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C. Johns Creek has also become a leader in Healthcare Tourism as people travel to the Johns Creek area to take advantage of the hundreds of healthcare offices that offer state-of-the-art care. Explore the city where “being the exception” is the standard

itineraries for fun Hey Grandparents! Have the grandkids for the day? You’ll make lots of memories when you explore Johns Creek! Brunch: Brunch isn’t complete without eggs and bacon at Reveille Coffeehouse Cafe After brunch head to Newtown Park to share your stories while visiting the Veterans Memorial Walk and the Wall That Heals. Don’t forget to visit the See The Creek interactive mural and sit on the wall for a great picture! Late lunch: Grab a sandwich at Great Harvest Bread Company After lunch: Get your feet wet in the Chattahoochee River at the National Recreation Area on Barnwell Road Dinner: Time for a juicy burger and fries at hometown favorite, Village Burger! After Dinner Treat: Head down Old Alabama Rd. to Snowy Rolls Ice Cream for a delicious custom made rolled ice cream dessert before heading to bed!

Girls, grab some friends and book a room... at one of Johns Creek’s safe and friendly hotels! We have a fun weekend all planned out for you! Friday pm: End the week by winding down with your girlfriends at Six Bridges Brewing and enjoy their food trucks for dinner or head to Arirang K for Korean BBQ. Before turning in for the evening, take those Instagrammable photos inside the Johns Creek pedestrian tunnel across the street from your hotel! Saturday brunch: Hen Mother Cookhouse has a menu like no other! There are no bad choices! Within a one-hour radius of Johns Creek, you have the option of every shopping venue you can imagine: boutiques, Main Street, largest Mall in the Southeast, head north to the outlets, outdoor shopping at Avalon or til you drop! Then come back to Johns Creek and have a margarita and tacos at Mavericks Sunday: Enjoy a leisurely brunch at Another Broken Egg Cafe before heading back home!

The mission of the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra is to enhance the quality of life for Johns Creek and north Metro Atlanta residents through the presentation of high-quality performances, educational and other outreach programs that reflect the cultural diversity of the community.

Johns Creek Athletic events Atlanta Athletic Club – Host to Championship Golf International championships are a part of the rich sporting history of Atlanta Athletic Club. AAC has hosted three PGA Championships, the U.S. Open, U.S. Women’s Open, U.S. Women’s Amateur, U.S. Junior Amateur, the Junior World Cup and the Ryder Cup, as well as the 2010 Atlanta Tennis Championship and eight years of the ATT Tennis Challenge. The sprawling Club boasts two 18-hole championship golf courses, a nine-hole par 3 course, a 42,000-square foot fitness center and spa, four indoor air-conditioned tennis courts, thirteen outdoor courts, including six clay and a stadium court. In 2011, Atlanta Athletic Club was the site of the PGA Championship where Keegan Bradley won in a nail biting three-hole aggregate score playoff against Jason Dufner. In 2014, the U.S. Amateur Championship was won by Gunn Yang. The U.S. Amateur is the oldest golf championship in the country, and AAC member Bobby Jones won it five times! Tiger Woods won three consecutive U.S. Amateurs. Jack Nicklaus won the Amateur twice. Arnold Palmer, Jerry Pate, Phil Mickelson and Matt Kuchar have also had their names etched on the Havemayer Trophy and subsequently achieved success on the PGA tour.

In 2017, AAC was selected to host the 20th Anniversary of The Arnold Palmer Cup, won by the American Team. The Arnold Palmer Cup is an annual golf competition made up of American college golfers and their International counterparts. It is played in the same style and similar format to the Ryder Cup. In 2019, AAC hosted the 2019 Women’s State Amateur Championship and, in 2020, hosted the Men’s State Amateur Championship.

Championships Hosted By Atlanta Athletic Club 2020 Men’s State Amateur Championship 2019 Women’s State Amateur Championship 2017 Arnold Palmer Cup 2014 U.S. Amateur Championship 2011 PGA Championship 2002 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship 2001 PGA Championship

1990 U.S. Women’s Open Championship 1984 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship 1982 Junior World Cup 1981 PGA Championship 1976 U.S. Open Championship 1963 Ryder Cup Matches 1950 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship

Cricket In Johns Creek

LPGA In Johns Creek

The sport of Cricket is gaining tremendous popularity in Johns Creek and meeting the demands of our diverse population. Thanks to the work of the Johns Creek Cricket Association (JCCricket), we now have the first of its kind Cricket Batting Cages, Cricket Pitches and Electronic Cricket Scoreboard at Shakerag Park. The upcoming Cauley Creek Park is also expected to have multiple adult Cricket Fields.

June 22-27, 2021

JCCricket’s goal of making Johns Creek a destination city for Cricket in the Southeast USA is underway. JCCricket’s Youth Program has over 125 athletes from ages 4 to 15. The Georgia High School Cricket, administered by JCCricket, has eight high schools participating, including Northview and Johns Creek. Johns Creek Panthers, Women’s Cricket, is also attracting many talented athletes. The inaugural Johns Creek Cricket Festival will be held on October 9th and 10th at Shakerag Park. The festival will be an opportunity to celebrate the second biggest sport in the world with Cricket matches, food and music.

The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship has built on the history and tradition of the LPGA Championship, which began in 1955 and is the second-oldest major in women’s golf. The Championship is one of the LPGA’s five majors and a unique collaboration of the PGA of America, the LPGA, and KPMG. More than a decade in, the Championship continues with the shared mission to help future generations of women be more successful on and off the golf course.

The Setting

The rich history of Atlanta Athletic Club as the home club for Bobby Jones makes a great setting for the 2021 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. The Highlands Course at Atlanta Athletic Club is a stern test of Championship golf. A legacy design from the Jones family, the Highlands was first designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and since renovated by Rees Jones (most recently in 2016).

Johns Creek Arts In addition to exceptional schools and thriving businesses, Johns Creek features rich cultural opportunities. The Cultural Arts Alliance at Johns Creek, a group that represents many of the cultural activities that take place in Johns Creek, is a nonprofit partnership between individual artists, arts organizations, educational institutions and other entities whose mission it is to promote visual, literary, cultural, and performing arts in order to enhance the quality of life within the greater Johns Creek area.

Many interesting classes and exhibits are offered at the Johns Creek Arts Center

See the Creek Interactive Mural - Come have a seat at the interactive mural by famous muralist Kelsey Monatgue at Newtown Park. Each chair celebrates a feature of Johns Creek. Everyone has a seat inThe Creek

Walk Through Art at “The Johns Creek Tunnel” W hen is the last time you walked THROUGH a piece of art? The Johns Creek Tunnel is a unique attraction that tells the story of the city it calls home. The Tunnel is unlike any other mural in the Atlanta Metro, wrapping the entire length of the pedestrian underpass that runs beneath Medlock Bridge Road/SR 141, just south of McGinnis Ferry Road.

The Johns Creek Tunnel is conveniently located walking distance to two hotels in Johns Creek and connects business and leisure visitors to nearby restaurants and shops. The east entrance of the tunnel is located near street address 11695 Medlock Bridge Road.


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10. Lake Lanier – 20 miles 11. Georgia Aquarium – 26 miles 12. Downtown Atlanta – 28 miles 13. North Georgia Mountains – 50 miles 14. North Georgia Wineries – 50 miles 15. Athens, GA – 56 Miles

Johns Creek Parks

Parks and green space within the city of Johns Creek are two of the greatest assets and resources the city offers. Today, there are many miles of trails perfect for walking, biking, running, rolling, or taking a leisurely stroll. Visitors to our parks can catch a concert, watch a movie under the stars, join a team sport, visit the new Wall that Heals at Newtown Park Veterans Memorial, or check the city’s newest park, Morton Road Park. The City of Johns Creek currently has five developed parks: Newtown Park, Shakerag Park, Autrey Mill Nature Preserve, Ocee Park, and Morton Road Park. The City also has three new pocket park properties in the works: Bells-Boles Park and State Bridge Park, and Morton Road and two future large park properties: Cauley Creek Park and Technology Park.

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Newtown Park is located at 3150 Old Alabama Road directly across from the Johns Creek Fire Station. The 46-acre park includes an open-air amphitheater, Park Place adult activity center, two playgrounds, tennis and pickleball courts, multipurpose athletic fields, two outdoor basketball courts, and three softball/ baseball fields. It is also home to the Johns Creek Veterans Memorial Walk and the new Wall that Heals. It also offers a small lake, a dog park, a 2-mile walking and jogging trail, a community garden, a community clubhouse, and 13 picnic pavilions. Newtown Park is the site of many special events, including PupA-Palooza, Movies at Newtown, the Summer Concert Series, and the Independence Day Celebration. The 10,500 square-foot amphitheater is host to concerts, Free Outdoor Fitness classes and other public and private events. The facility can seat 500 under cover and 1,500 on its tiered lawn. The city hosted events are free and open to all ages.

The Veterans Memorial Walk offers a meditative tribute to those who served in uniform. The Memorial Walk has monuments for each major conflict dating from World War I to present day, including the Iran/Afghanistan as well as Women in Service, Purple Heart recipients, and POW-MIAs. In 2020, the city completed installation of the Wall that Heals monument. The Wall, a 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC, honors the more than three million Americans who served in the U.S. Armed forces in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. It bears the names of the more than 58,000 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam.

ocee park Ocee Park is located at 10900 Buice Road near the intersection of Kimball Bridge Road. Ocee Park boasts over 37 acres and includes two playgrounds, two hard court tennis courts, two sand volleyball courts, and two basketball courts. The park also includes a tee-ball field, eight youth softball/baseball fields, batting cages and a walking/ jogging track.

shakerag park Shakerag Park is located adjacent to River Trail Middle School at 10945 Rogers Circle. Facilities include a playground, picnic shelter, lake, fishing pier, large multi-purpose athletic field with a track, Cricket Batting cages and two additional full size athletic fields. The city has completed several nature trails totaling 5,000 feet for school cross-country athletes and casual walkers.

morton road park Morton Road Park is the city’s newest park and one of the smallest at less then four acres. The park features a pavilion, picnic shelter, play structures, a multi-use path, a half basketball court, and open lawn. The pocket park is located on the north side of East Morton Road, just east of its intersection with State Bridge Road.

autrey mill nature preserve & heritage center Autrey Mill is an excellent choice for those who want a unique indoor and outdoor event venue with many options including the chapel, the pole barn, the Summerour house and many green spaces and trails.

Located on 46 acres of ravine forest, Autrey Mill Nature Preserve has over 3 miles of nature trails that wander past a scenic creek with rocky shoals, many spring seeps, mature trees, wildflowers, native plants, and a variety of animal life. The park is home to Historic farmstead buildings and exhibit pieces from the late 1800’s, meticulously collected from various locations from the local area, make up the Autrey Mill Heritage Village, complete with a general store, historic church, tenant farm house, and smokehouse.

gabled shelters on either side of Johns Creek waterway. Johns Creek Greenway – Segment 1 starts at Old Alabama Road, runs mostly along the west side of Medlock Bridge Road and ends at Findley Road (approximately 4.3 miles).

Multi-Use Trails Existing trails along streets:

Bell Road Multi-Use Trail starts at Rogers Bridge Road and ends at McGinnis Ferry Road, linking residential subdivisions to shopping (approximately 1 mile).

Findley Road Multi-Use Trail connects sidewalks on Sargent Road to Medlock Bridge Road (approximately .5 miles). Abbotts Bridge Road Multi-Use Trail goes from Jones Bridge Road to Webb Bridge Way (.5 miles) adding more connectivity on the north side of the city. Developing more multi-use trails and sidewalks will help Johns Creek become a pedestrian-friendly community that links parks, schools, employment centers, neighborhoods and shopping. To learn more about the City’s sidewalk and trails network, visit:

Rogers Bridge Road Multi-Use Trail begins at the Chattahoochee River and meanders northward to the Bell Road Trail at Rogers Bridge Road and Bell Road (approximately .9 miles). State Bridge Road Multi-Use Trail begins at GA 141 (Medlock Bridge Road), runs along both sides of State Bridge Road and ends at Jones Bridge Road (approximately 2.8 miles). The City installed landscaped and stacked-stone seating areas/plazas along the trail as well as two multi-

Golf Courses Johns Creek has more than 50,000 yards of golf, spread across seven championship 18-hole courses and two nine-hole courses in both public and private facilities. Recognized by both the U.S. Golf Association and the Professional Golfers Associationa. The courses were designed by the sport’s best, including Robert Trent Jones, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Rees Jones, Thomas Fazio, Joe Lee, & Arthur Hills. The Atlanta Athletic Club 1930 Bobby Jones Drive Johns Creek, GA 30097 (770) 448-2166 Private Course

RiverPines Golf

4775 Old Alabama Road Johns Creek, GA 30022 (770) 442-5960

Country Club of the South

St Ives Country Club

Rivermont Golf & Country Club

The Standard Club

4100 Old Alabama Road Johns Creek, GA 30022 770-475-1803 Private Course

3130 Rivermont Parkway Johns Creek, GA 30022 (770) 993-2124

One St Ives Country Club Drive Johns Creek, GA 30097 (770) 497-9432 Private Course 6230 Abbotts Bridge Road Johns Creek, GA 30097 (770) 497-0055 Private Course

OTHER AREA COURSES Currahee Club The Georgia Trail at Sugarloaf Laurel Springs Golf Club The River Country Club St. Marlo Golf Club GSGA

natural recreation area Five of the 16 designated areas in the 48-mile stretch of parkland that runs along the Chattahoochee River are in or near Johns Creek: Jones Bridge Unit, Medlock Bridge Unit, Abbotts Bridge Unit, Suwanee Creek and McGinnis Ferry Unit. The “Hooch” offers some of the best trout water in the south, with 5,000 trout per mile of the river from the south end of Buford Dam, passing along the city of Johns Creek, and ending just north of Atlanta. The average width of the “Hooch” is 50 yards and has numerous remote stretches for trophy trout via float tubes or drift boats. Public access is available through five park units of the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area located in or immediately adjacent to Johns Creek. The national park is open for fishing from 30 minutes before sunrise until 30 minutes after sunset. Night fishing is not permitted in the park. Review all park fishing regulations. Fishing is allowed year-round, but late autumn and winter are a great time to hit the Hooch, when river flows are more predictable.

Five units are located in or near Johns Creek: Jones Bridge Unit

Trails, boat launch (motor, canoe & raft), picnic tables, restrooms, wheelchair-accessible Off Barnwell Road, 1.6 miles north of Holcomb Bridge Road

Medlock Bridge Unit

Trails, boat launch (motor or canoe), picnic tables On GA 141 / Medlock Bridge Road, approximately 3.6 miles. Off Holcomb Bridge Road.

Abbotts Bridge Unit

Trails, boat launch (motor or canoe), picnic tables, picnic pavilion, restrooms On Abbotts Bridge Road, 7.8 miles east of Old Milton Parkway, just east of the Chattahoochee River

Suwanee Creek

Undeveloped / no services In Gwinnett County just east of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard

McGinnis Ferry Unit

The McGinnis Ferry Park is open to the public and currently managed by Forsyth County. The site has picnic areas and a boat ramp.

RIVER ADVISORY: Lake Lanier water releases can make the Chattahoochee River dangerous The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which manages Lake Lanier, typically releases water from Buford Dam during weekday afternoons unless there are unusual downstream water demands or especially heavy rains. In those situations, unscheduled water releases can come in the morning and on weekends. The Corps does try to give some notice before releasing water downstream from the lake. Find out about releases by calling 770-945-1466 or by listening to 1610 AM on the radio. River users may also go to to see the daily schedule for releases (see the Buford column). Four warning sirens have been placed between Buford Dam and State Road 20. The water release will occur within minutes after the sirens stop.

country clubs

Country club life lures many people to Johns Creek and its surrounding areas. Country Club of the South, Atlanta Athletic Club, The Standard Club, and St Ives, to name a few, offer luxury, outdoor activity and a sense of community for its members.

Atlanta Athletic Club

1930 Bobby Jones Drive; Johns Creek, GA 30097 The home club of renowned golfer Bobby Jones, the Atlanta Athletic Club (AAC) is a private athletic, golf and country club that offers membership by invitation only. The club’s array of amenities include two 18-hole golf courses, a nine-hole par-3 course, a 42,000-square-foot athletic center, indoor and outdoor tennis facilities, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and aquatic center, and wonderful dining facilities. AAC sets itself apart from other country clubs in many ways. An independent survey group voted the Atlanta Athletic Club the No. One Athletic Club in the Country for many years. Additionally, AAC was the host site of the 2011 PGA Championship and the 2014 U.S. Amateur Championship. For more information: (770) 448-2166 or visit

St Ives

One St Ives Country Club Drive; Johns Creek, GA 30097 The St Ives Country Club is a private club (private membership only) which is located adjacent to the St Ives home community. The country club provides golf and a social environment for members, families and guests in keeping with the tradition and history of the Club. They strive to offer the highest caliber country club experience consistent with the interests of their members. The Club offers a broad scope of interests including golf, tennis, swimming, dining, social and family activities. For more information: (770) 623-1239 or visit

Country Club of the South

4100 Old Alabama Road; Johns Creek, GA 30022 It’s no secret why Country Club of the South draws the likes of celebrities and athletes to its beautiful grounds. Not only does it contain majestic homes and unparalleled natural beauty, but residents also enjoy exclusivity and privacy from the bustle of the city. The private membership country club brings members together to work out, engage in some competition and learn from pros. The property’s 7,000-yard golf course recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation, and is one of the community’s trademarks. Also onsite are tennis and basketball courts, and a community recreation center, swimming pool, meeting center, tot lot and one-acre community park. For more information: (770) 475-1803 or visit

The Standard Club

6230 Abbotts Bridge Road; Johns Creek, GA 30097 The Standard Club, founded in 1867, has a 125,000 square foot clubhouse, situated on 300+ secluded acres in Johns Creek. The Standard Club’s 18-hole championship golf course originally designed by Arthur Hills was redesigned in 2005 by Mike Riley. Recognized as one of the top 25 in Georgia, the course offers a challenge to every level of player from the novice to touring professional demanding management as well as shot execution. The Club offers the finest in tennis facilities, featuring eight state-of-the-art clay courts including four outdoor hard courts, four luxurious indoor courts and a graduated stadium. The Standard Club offers a total tennis program for every member of your family. For more information: (770) 497-0055 or visit

Accommodations The South is known for its hospitality and our hotels are no exception. Whether visiting for business or weekend adventure, our three hotels are ready to make your stay in Johns Creek a luxurious one. Each hotel offers free parking and easy access to dining and shopping.

Hampton Inn & Suites Johns Creek 6440 East Johns Crossing Johns Creek, Georgia, 30097 Phone: 470-410-1601 Fax: 470-410-1602

Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta North/Johns Creek 11695 Medlock Bridge Rd. Johns Creek, GA 30097 Phone: 770-476-1966 Fax: 770-476-3133

Hyatt Place Atlanta Duluth/Johns Creek 11505 Medlock Bridge Rd. Johns Creek, GA 30097 Phone: 770-622-5858 Fax: 770-622-1113

Dining With Johns Creek’s unique multicultural population, cuisine is available from all over the world. Abbotts Bar & Grill

Sankranti Restaurant Cloudland Coffee

Ari Steakhouse

Korean BBQ, Indian, Mexican, Italian, or good ole fashioned southern cooking to name a few. Casual to fine dining. You’ll never go hungry in Johns Creek! Six Bridges Brewing

Beau Monde Cigar Bar

Pearl Lian

Where’s the Scoop? Great Harvest

Local Cuban Cocina

event & Meeting Venues A&S Culinary Concepts

Johns Creek Arts Center

Altobeli’s Fine Italian Cuisine

Masterpiece Mixers

9945 Jones Bridge Rd. Suite 303, Johns Creek, GA 30022
 Capacity: 12+
 Phone: (678) 336-9196 3000 Old Alabama Rd. Ste. 12, Johns Creek, GA 30022
 Capacity: 2 rooms 
Phone: 770-664-8055

Another Broken Egg Cafe

11030 Medlock Bridge Rd. Suite 110, Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: up to 24 guests
 Phone: 678-343-7116

ARI Korean Steakhouse

9700 Medlock Bridge Rd. No. 112 Johns Creek, GA. 30097 
Capacity: 45-55
 Phone: (880)-802-8800

Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center 9770 Autrey Mill Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30022
 Capacity: 25-100
 Phone: 678-366-3511

Goldfish Swim School

6000 Medlock Bridge Rd. Suite C-200, Johns Creek, GA 30022
 Phone: 770-637-0707

Hampton Inn & Suites Johns Creek

6440 East Johns Crossing Johns Creek, Georgia, 30097 Capacity: 50 Phone:470-410-1601

Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta North/Johns Creek

11695 Medlock Bridge Rd. Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: 18-60
 Phone: 770-476-1966

Hyatt Place Atlanta/Duluth/ Johns Creek

11505 Medlock Bridge Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: 14-72
 Phone: 770-622-5858

6290 Abbotts Bridge Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: 60
 Phone: 770-623-8448

11585 Jones Bridge Rd Ste 630, Johns Creek, GA 30022 Phone: 404-542-5884

Olivia’s Dollhouse Tearoom 5075 Abbotts Bridge Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30022
 Phone: 404-908-9073

Pampas Steakhouse

10970 State Bridge Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30022
 Capacity: 3 rooms, up to 125 guests
 Phone: 678-339-0029

Regus – Johns Creek

11555 Medlock Bridge Rd. Suite 100, Johns Creek, GA 30097 Capacity: Varies by location
 Phone: 833-207-5494

Sankranti Restaurants LLC 2000 Ray Moss Connector Johns Creek, GA 30022 Capacity: 400 Phone: (770) 242-6899

Six Bridges Brewery

11455 Lakefield Dr Ste 300, Johns Creek, GA 30097 Phone: (470) 545-4199

St. Ives Country Club

1 St. Ives Country Club Dr., Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: 10-250
 Phone: 770-623-1239 ext. 1107

Taylor Lodge

11045 Parsons Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: 20-200
 Phone: 770-442-5903

The Country Club of the South 4100 Old Alabama Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30022
 Capacity: 500
 Phone: 678-297-5951

The Standard Club

6230 Abbotts Bridge Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: 225 seated; 400 standing
 Phone: 678-638-6426

YiFan Cooking School 10705 Medlock Bridge Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: max 40
 Phone: 404-372-4386

Stone’s Cuisine and Cocktails 3719 Old Alabama Road, Johns Creek, Georgia
 Phone: (770) 557-0033

Stoney River Legendary Steaks 5800 State Bridge Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: up to 100 guests; Wine Room for up to 60 guests
 Phone: 770-476-0102


10305 Medlock Bridge Rd., Johns Creek, GA 30097
 Capacity: 10 - 150 guests
 Phone: 770-817-8000

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Johns Creek offers hometown goodness at its best with activities for every interest and age. Enhanced by a climate that allows enjoyment of the outdoors year round; there are no limits to activities to experience. Walk the trails, shop ‘til you drop, hit the fairways, dine al fresco or take in a symphony performance. The decision is yours!



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