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Profile Last Updated: October 01, 2008
If you have not noticed, there is now a new appellation in the lexicon of the dining and entertainment trade – the restolounge. The name is almost a poster child for truth in advertising - a restolounge being an amalgamation of a restaurant and a lounge. Seven is clearly in this class, spreading over two levels in the premises, one accommodating a bright, shiny, well-appointed restaurant operation and the other housing a large, happening lounge.
The name Seven arises because the establishment takes its menu inspirations from that many culinary regions of the globe – Italy, France, Canada, Greece, Mexico, the Pacific Rim, and the Bayou. All are represented in dishes prepared here, so whatever your palate desires, you will find fulfillment somewhere in the menu. Like a lot of lounge operations, the tapas tradition of small, shared plates lives on here, with offerings of shrimp tempura, oysters, lamb fondue, Coquille St. Jacques, dark confit gyoza, and crab legs.
Shaken Not Stirred
The drink menu in the lounge at Seven takes some time to review, but it is fun to peruse and turns the imagination loose. Specialty martinis bear names like Southern Belle, Godiva, Promiscuous, Geisha, Raz-Ama-Taz, A Nice Pear, and 007 – which undoubtedly is shaken, not stirred. Cocktails include Lucky 7, Starburst, Muddled Paradise, Blueberry Mojito. Kiwi Calpirinha, Aphrodite, and Rising Sun. As you can see, the drinks keep in step with the seven culinary regions.