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The Forum on Peachtree Parkway, Norcross
(4.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Forum on Peachtree is a great place to getaway too. It has great shopping, nice places to eat and the ambiance is superb. If you want to just walk around and enjoy be out with the one you love, th...  more »
  • This is especially true in cool weather - The Forum is a great place to walk, eat, shop or just to watch the people. Good stores and a wide range of lunch and dinner food choices, from quick-serve to ...  more »
  • The Forum is only 1 mile from my daughter's house, so I try to go shopping there when I visit. I could get all my Christmas shopping done here if I lived closer. Barnes and Noble is a fun place to tak...  more »
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  • The Forum is an enjoyable place where you can take the whole family. It has great places to eat, drink coffee and clothing stores. You also can enjoy drinks with your friends.
  • This shopping strip is very beautifully designed with a European feel to it. There are built in speakers in the plaza that play nice background music. The buildings have wisteria vines on them and when the wisteria blooms it's gorgeous. Everything is clean and well kept. The selection of shops is very good from cheaper places like Home Goods to more expensive boutiques. Good selection of places to eat too from Chipotle to Aomi Japanese Hibachi Restaurant.
  • This is just the neatest shopping center. They have a nice variety of boutique shops and chain stores. It has the quality of a mall but with an intimate village atmosphere.
  • One stop shop of the best shopping in Gwinette. Unless you want to run up all of your credit cards and return home cashless, just leave all of that at home. You're going to want to shop until you drop. Rest and do it all over again.
  • Great shops and dining options. Well maintained. Could use a bit more parking in the main-drag, but if you know to park behind the shops you'll save yourself a lot of driving around looking for a spot. The Forum provides a nice looking open air mall to walk around and shop with my family.