Atlanta >Seven Lamps
Just across the way from Lenox Square, Seven Lamps has a fun seasonal dining menu with excellent pastas & entrees from Chef Drew and an innovative beverage program run by Arianne Fielder
Much better than anything in the adjacent mall; creative cocktails, an awesome outdoor bar and a steamed lobster bun that's bigger than a child's head...
A decade ago, Buckhead was epicenter for culinary excitement in Atlanta; over time it began to lose its aura for various reasons and many newer eateries were setting up shop in other up and coming sections of the city, like the Westside. After leaving his gig with the Concentrics Group, Chef Drew Van Leuvan saw the need for a cooking revival in Buckhead and decided to open a place where the focus is on creative cutting edge foods and beverages in a casual and relaxing setting, thus Seven Lamps was born in the Shops Around Lenox complex. Its name comes from an essay written in 1849, The Seven Lamps of Architecture, which is about the values of sacrifice, truth, power, beauty, life, memory, and obedience. Each of these virtues is tightly woven into every aspect of Seven Lamps, which makes dining at Seven Lamps a high octane happening; yes Westside, Buckhead is alive and well once again.
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