Walk, dine, shop, and enjoy.

The Grove is the long-waisted centerpiece of a small town steeped in history. A lively hub of activity in the late 1800s, centered around the general store of Thomas Snell and James Sawyer, The Grove has been revived to foster a renewed sense of community and place, energy and connection for Snellville. And residents of The Tomlin live right on the pulse of that city center reborn. With retail and restaurants, entertainment and learning opportunities, all just steps from their front door. The new state-of-the-art Elizabeth H. Williams Branch Library is a stunning light-filled learning center, with innovation workspace on the second level. The Mercantile offers a place for people of all ages to connect, shop, and play, including a food hall and upscale event space on the second floor. Grab a bite to eat, then gather at The Commons for community events and entertainment. Everything you need is right here.