Have your been to Downtown Tucker lately?
Now the best Peruvian food in Metro Atlanta is on Main St. in Downtown Tucker, as the second location of The Freakin Incan is open and now there is a bar.
When 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.
“The Incan” will now be serving its Peruvian staples that it’s known for, but upon entering this new location, the first thing patrons will notice is a beautiful bar that seats 16.
“We want this to be a gathering place,” says Chef Arnold. “We have a great following and a reputation for drawing crowds looking to experience Peruvian food, but the Pisco Bar will be the star of the show, well into the evening.
The Pisco Sour is the National Drink of Peru and The Freakin Incan’s staff will be serving them up.
“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.”
In the restaurant, expect to be Peruvian favorites, drink specials and plenty of TVs showing sports. The Freakin Incan will be a gamewatch location for Atlanta United, Premier League rivalries and international competitions and friendlies.
The Tucker location will seat 65, with 16 spaces at the bar. It’s an open kitchen and patrons will get a warm welcome as they enter off Main Street.
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!”
The Freakin’ Incan Peruvian Restaurant and Pisco Bar is located at: 2316 Main St Suite C; Tucker, GA 30084.
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
Papa la Huancaina – Sliced Russett potatoes topped with a spicy creamy aji sauce
South American wines. Selections like Malbec and Carmenere, from Argentina and Chile.
Don’t miss the daily and weekly specials, also certain days of the week, kids eat free!
“The most enjoyable part of the business has been the interaction with our clients and sharing in their enjoyment of our food,” says Arnold.
Business has been brisk. Come for lunch, come for dinner, The Incan is a great place for your holiday gathering. Stop by and see Chef Mikiel.