"Located in Buckhead’s Shops Around Lenox, Seven Lamps offers Atlantans a fresh selection of craft food and drinks. The restaurant’s unique name comes from an extended essay by English art critic John Ruskin. The “lamps” refer to the seven principles of architecture: sacrifice, truth, power, beauty, life, memory and obedience. Inspired by the essay, Co-owner and Executive Chef Drew Van Leuvan recognized that these important principles are also very applicable in the kitchen."
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Great service and just amazing food. They keep classic dishes like the mussels which is a generous portion and also have different dishes every time I visit. I will always come back.
So impressed with this restaurant!
I had heard several mixed reviews of Seven Lamps and decided I wanted to see for myself. The ambiance here is very unique and inviting and the staff was absolutely wonderful. My meal was cooked to perfection and the food was delicious! I will definitely be back here soon. ?
Food was good and the reservation was on time. However, the layout of the tables was not conducive for easy entry/egress. Once we got to our seats (after squeezing through chairs with diners in them on both sides), we decided we couldn't even get up to go to the restroom or anything because it was such a hassle.