Wu Tang clams ain't nothin' to... well, you know. And at ATL's Bon Rappetite, the clams are just one of the dishes on a menu that, in their words, "caters to the ballers." The menu seems to be a diverse mashup of fusion dishes, merging influences from both East and West with plates like the Korean-inspired Lil' Kimchee, a downhome plate of comforting Roastface Killah, and a Southwestern bowl of Chili Akon Carne that promises to "make you want to smack that." While Bon Rappetite's diverse lineup of hearty entrees are tempting, the restaurant also offers lighter options for those who are balling on a calorie budget. Ludacrispy Chicken Salad is a tasty way to get in the greens, while the fresh-caught Salt N Pepa-crusted tilapia adds a nice taste of turf to the menu and pairs particularly well with a tall, cold Long Island Ice-T. Of course, you'd be remiss to step outside of this hometown hole-in-the-wall without giving dessert a shot — we've heard raves about the enflamed Waka Flocka Flambe, but for those who prefer their desserts come without fire hazard, head straight to the Ol' Dirty Custard (your choice of strawberry, raspberry, or blackberry compote).
Note to our readers: we are 99% positive that Bon Rappetite is not, in fact, a real restaurant. But you never know. We've been wrong before.