Aside from a massive sale at the As Seen On TV store, there are few things worth braving mall traffic for. Seven Lamps is one of them. It’s located in a relatively quiet corner of the Lenox Mall, but you’ll have to make it through the parking lot to get there. It’s a great spot to meet a friend for lunch if you both work in the area, or to bring a date who will forgive you for bringing them to a restaurant in a mall. The entrees can get expensive, so share a few of the small plates, and if there’s one thing worth splurging on, it’s the lobster bun.
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