The Freakin Incan makes it a point to give back.
The Freakin Incan is proud to announce that the longtime Peruvian restaurant is donating “portion of all meals to Make a Miracle, a local charity out of Alpharetta, with a mission is to bring hope and lasting change to San Juan de Lurigancho, Peru. They work with individuals and communities to transform lives through education, scholarships, housing and community projects.
For Chef Mikiel Arnold, owner of The Freakin Incan, this is personal and stated they are referring to the program as “Miracle Meals.”
“Being able to give back to the people of Peru by raising money through it’s cuisine from abroad is pretty special. Being able to do so with a local non-profit that does work directly in Peru is extraordinary.”
Make a Miracle was founded by husband and wife team Jack and Carolyn Canouse. They traveled to Peru with their children on several short-term mission trips and built lasting relationships in the community of San Juan de Lurigancho.
In an effort to empower and bring hope to three of their Peruvian “daughters” they financed their college education. Without this support, the girls had no hope to further their education after high school. Jack and Carolyn realized this is part of the solution to bring lasting change to the community.
The Freakin Incan’s Roswell location is at 4651 Woodstock Rd Suite 305 Roswell, next to the Movie Tavern in the Sandy Plains Village shopping center. Come for the full menu, and also Julianna’s delicious dessert crepes and coffee exclusively at the Roswell location.
The Freakin Incan’s Tucker location is in Downtown Tucker at 2316 Main St.
“We expanded our offerings,” says Arnold. New location, new menu items, crepe catering, and all the quality you’ve come to expect, and our customers love it!”
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.
Get out to The Freakin Incan.