The Freakin Incan has signed a deal to relocate its original Roswell restaurant one block away, the company Thursday announced in a press release.
Owner Mikiel Arnold has acquired the old Corner Pizza space, at 4651 Woodstock Road Suite 305, next to the Movie Tavern in the Sandy Plains Village shopping center.
During the relocation, the existing Roswell location of The Freakin Incan will remain open, at 4905 Alabama Rd NE #340.
The new location could open as early as October 1, Arnold in a telephone call told What Now Atlanta.
The Freakin Incan Roswell will triple its size going from its current 900-square-foot home to 2,700 square feet with seating for 80.
Additional space will allow for a Pisco-focused bar including 12 draft lines focused on local beer and a partnership with Inman Park’s Julianna’s Coffee & Crepes.
“Julianna’s is proud to announce our partnership with Roswell’s go-to Peruvian restaurant The Freakin Incan,” Andrew Turoczi of Julianna’s, said in the press release.
“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.”
The restaurant will be open Monday through Thursday 11:30 am to 10 pm, Friday through Saturday 11:30 am to 11 p.m., and Sunday 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.
“In addition to food and drink, ‘The Incan’ has always been a gathering place,” Arnold said.
“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 Freakin Incan’s expanded Roswell location is in addition to the company’s restaurant in Tucker.