From Our Editors
Seven on Fulton's menu is loaded with classic New Orleans character, while offering upscale, modern twists on traditional southern and Creole breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Midday masticators can sink their incisors into refreshing salads, hearty soups, entrees, and sandwiches. Follow up a steaming cup of seafood gumbo ($6) or a plate of fried haricot verts ($7) with the herbivore-friendly chef's vegetable pasta, a tempting concoction of house-made noodles, fresh veggies, and tarragon cream sauce ($10). For dinner, 7 cranks the elegance notch up to 11 with delicate delectables from the deep. Twilight tasters can tie their appetites up in a bandanna and hop a Cajun flavor-train with a starter of Louisiana crawfish pie with seared foie gras ($12) before heading to the coast with seared scallops alongside braised short ribs, truffle whipped potatoes, and bacon jus ($25), while land-meat lovers can indulge the savory rack of lamb with spicy boudin ($29). Evening edibles can be partnered with winsome selections from the thoughtfully coordinated wine list, or after-dinner pick-me-ups like the espresso crème brulee tini ($9).