Restaurant and dining news
Less than a month after M572 announced it would be closing its doors
, an established Peruvian restaurant is set to set up shop in the space.
The Freakin Incan, the food truck turned brick-and-mortar in Roswell
, will open a second location at 2316 Main St. in Tucker at the beginning of October, according to owner Mikiel Arnold.
The new location will have a similar menu to the Roswell restaurant, with some additional dishes. The 16-seat bar in Tucker will enable the new spot to focus on beverages, including pisco sours, Peruvian rums, South American wines and domestic beers.
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