The Freakin Incan Roswell location has signed a deal to relocate the original restaurant- and just one block away! Chef Mikiel Arnold has acquired the old Corner Pizza space next to the Movie Tavern in the Sandy Plains Village shopping center at 4651 Woodstock Rd Suite 305. This is just one block from the original location. The new Freakin Incan Roswell will be 2,700 square feet with seating for 80 and a full Pisco focused bar including 12 draft lines focused on local beer.
Join their GRAND OPENING this Saturday, December 1st starting at noon!
This new location will offer a special bonus in that not only will patrons be able to enjoy The Freakin Incan’s full menu, but also they will now be able to enjoy Julianna’s delicious dessert crepes and coffee exclusively at the Roswell location.
Julianna’s Coffee & Crepes is a “Best of ATL” winner and specializes in handmade European crepes along with locally roasted coffee. Julianna’s specializes in Hungarian crepes called “palacsinta.” These are the most popular of European crepes. we strive to bring the kind of European crepe that Atlanta deserves.
“We’re expanding,” says Andrew Turoczi of Julianna’s. “Julianna’s is proud to announce our partnership with Roswell’s go to Peruvian restaurant The Freakin Incan. With a crepe full of new dessert and coffee options coming, we’re really excited to expand our offerings. New location, new menu items, crepe catering, and all the quality you’ve come to expect.”
This is a refresh and a new location of The Freakin Incan Roswell, a second location is situated in Downtown Tucker.
The Roswell location of The Freakin Incan was recognized by Thrillist as one of “The 16 New Bars and Restaurants” in Metro Atlanta to watch. Owner, Chef Mikiel Arnold, thought this could be a hit throughout Metro Atlanta. Then, Eater Atlanta, one of the top food blogs in the South, wrote that they love what “The Incan” brings to your table.
“In addition to food and drink, “The Incan” has always been a gathering place,” says Chef Arnold. “We have a great following and a reputation for drawing crowds looking to experience Peruvian food, and this new location, with more space and a bar, will allow more of that.”
The Pisco Sour is the National Drink of Peru and The Freakin Incan’s staff will be serves them up to patrons.
“Pisco is a brandy,” explains Arnold. “It’s Pisco, lime juice, sugar or sweetener and an egg white. Margarita fans will love it. It’s strong, sweet, but sour and has some bite. You have to try it!”
The Freakin Incan was a popular game watch location for World Cup matches, and is currently for Atlanta United, Premier League matchups and international competitions and friendlies.
Chef Arnold also welcomes catering opportunities, big and small. Bringing The Freakin Incan to your office or gathering is a sure way to make friends.
RoamingHunger.com gives The Freakin Incan its highest marks. “From empanadas to chicharron de pollo, these dishes are superb, and will knock you off your feet!”
Here’s a sample of what you might find at The Freakin Incan:
- Ceviche – Mahi Mahi, lime juice, aji limo (peruvian chili), cilantro, and julienned red onion
- Lomo Saltado – Stir fried Teres Major, red onion, roma tomatoes, and aji amarillo served with white rice and fries
- And an expanding menu of all your favorite Peruvian dishes.
Hours are slated to be: Mon-Thur 11:30 am – 10 pm, Fri-Sat 11:30 am – 11pm, Sun 12pm – 9pm.
ScoopOTP contributor, Rick Limpert is an Atlanta-based writer that covers the intersection of sports and technology. You can follow him on Twitter at @RickRoswell, hear him on Radio 105.7 with Sully and check out his new gadget and tech website at WirelessWednesday.live.