Dollar oysters and Belgian brews
Sadly having absolutely nothing to do with Abraham's nephew or Gwyneth Paltrow's severed head, Lot 7 is actually a new 50-seat Mission seafood-slinger that's nautically decked with ship anchors, wooden telescopes, rope-pulley lights, pirate ship chandeliers, and a freakishly hairy Robin Williams jumping around in tights.
From the stainless steel-y open kitchen, a former Waterfront exec chef'll be plating shellfish and normalfish galore, including gribiche-sauced batter-fried rock cod 'n chips and golden caviar relish'd halibut (w/ crab 'n spinach risotto), plus nonfish like grilled Wagyu flap steak (w/ mashed potato/parsnips/avocado chimichurri) and nothing-but-shellfish plates available in “Small” (six oysters/shrimp/half-shell littlenecks, plus crab louie) or “Large”, which comes with 12 of each, which you can share with the 11 disciples that don't want to kiss you.
Since the idea behind L7 is a place to get “an Anchor and an oyster”, their 10-seat, red elm bar will sate the former by pouring six drafts (including Anchor, obvi) along with an extensive European craft bottled selection with German and Belgian lip-wetters like Hopf Dunkle Weisse, Dupont Monk's Stout, and Saison Duvel, but not Saison Duvall, as that could potentially make a Deep Impact on your liver.
For the cheap and famished, they have a daily 3-6p "Dollar Oyster" happy hour, and, in the future, will add crab brunches where they’ll be curing what ails you with oyster bloody marys -- hopefully nobody will Rufio you and leave you with even more crabs.