2015 ended up on a strong note for “The Freakin Incan.” Thrillist named The Freakin Incan and it’s Peruvian street food as one of “The 16 New Bars and Restaurants” in Metro Atlanta to watch and Eater Atlanta, one of the top food blogs in the South, loves what “The Incan” brings to your table. This is Peruvian street food that you can’t get anywhere else but Roswell and this coming week, Taste of Marietta.
“There will be plenty of food for festival goers to try in Marietta on Sunday,” says Chef and Owner, Mikiel Arnold.
The Taste of Marietta begins a busy spring and summer for The Freakin Incan food truck. Don’t miss The Freakin Incan food truck at the Atlanta Taco Festival on May 1, at Candler Park and the Shaky Beats Festival at Centennial Olympic Park ,the weekend of May 20-22.
You may also see The Freakin Incan food truck at an event near you as the truck is hitting the streets this summer and could be coming to a school or event near you. Call 770 592-4420 and bring The Freakin Incan to your next event.
The critics and the public at large are loving The Freakin Incan, a new restaurant open for lunch and dinner in Roswell. Five star reviews are the norm all over the internet.
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 Atlanta Journal Constitution just featured The Freakin’ Incan as one of the featured vendors at the upcoming Atlanta Taco Festival.
The Freakin’ Incan is located at 4905 Alabama Rd., Suite 340 in Roswell, but it it easily accessible from East Cobb and Woodstock.
Taste of Marietta will be held Sunday, April 24, 2016 at Historic Marietta Square from 11 am – 7pm. Taste of Marietta is the longest running food festival in Cobb County.