Inca Social‘s Vienna location was named one of the Best Restaurants in Northern Virginia by Northern Virginia Magazine, and now the popular Peruvian restaurant has a new location in Arlington.
Like its original location, Inca Social Arlington focuses on serving traditional Peruvian and Latin dishes but also has a sushi/ceviche bar and a large indoor/outdoor Pisco Sour bar.
Patrons of Inca Social Rosslyn can enjoy live music and bottomless mimosas on the weekends, Thursday Happy Hours featuring $2 Margaritas, and monthly offerings including special pre-fixe dinners and Latin dance classes. In addition, local soccer fans will be pleased to know that they can watch every major fútbol tournament on the many flat screens around the bar.
The interior in the Inca Social Arlington’s 7,600 square foot property ties together inspiration from Machu Picchu and the Inca civilization into the restaurant’s modern environment. Stone and moss live throughout the new space; globe lights and copper are incorporated to symbolize the Inca sun god Inti; artfully constructed tables that once pushed together depict the Amazon River; a graffiti mural and booths illustrating legendary Nazca lines—enormous ancient line art drawn in the Peruvian desert that stretched up to 200 square miles and remains a historical anomaly; and topped off with enchanting cherry blossoms.