Why Small Businesses Matter in Bethel (Reimagined): Empire of the Incas Restaurant

Why Small Businesses Matter Reimagined

Small businesses matter - now more than ever. They are answering the call with innovation and determination like never before.

We hope you join us in supporting them by sharing their story far and wide and shopping local! We are thankful to Fairfield County Bank for their continued support and making this series possible.

Step inside Empire of the Incas Restaurant!

Three questions with Bryant Aliaga, owner of the Empire of the Incas Restaurant


What do you want the community to know? Are there ways for the community to help you and other local businesses to prosper?
We want the community to know that Peru has won the Best Culinary Destination Award 8 years in a row and we hope the community encourages people to try our food (through social media, YouTube, etc.) especially since we are the only Peruvian restaurant in Fairfield County. 
Are you offering any new products or ways for customers to purchase your products or services that are popular during this crisis?
During the pandemic, we started using online services (online menu/ordering for pickup) from our POS platform, Clover.
Are there certain individuals or organizations that supported you and your business through this trying time?

We will be receiving the Facade Grant from the City of Danbury (and Mayor Mark) to help us to renovate our space. It's truly a family affair! My sister and I have helped my father with the project which includes new logo design, new online menus, and outdoor seating layout as well as furniture.

Empire of the Incas Restaurant (with its really unique name) is located at 10 Stony Hill Rd in Bethel, and a sister location at 241 Main St. in Danbury. You can also visit them online here, and make sure to check out their Instagram and Facebook pages!

HamletHub thanks Fairfield County Bank for making our Why Small Businesses Matter series possible!


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