Trap City Cafe
If you’re into long pat-down lines and $40 self-parking lots, then by all means hit up T.I.’s Trap City Cafe off Northside Drive on the weekend. We might reserve a table on Wednesday’s comedy night, so we can hookah and holler in slightly more chill conditions. Come then and you might score a table near the dimly-lit makeshift stage, grab a $19 cocktail, and peruse a menu of playfully-named items (Shawty Lo Lamb Chops, anyone?). But all jokes aside, there’s a sophistication to the tangy but terrific blackened salmon sliders. And the chicken egg rolls provide the sort of kick you’ll happily want to come back to.