The wall of hot sauces, arranged floor to ceiling, should alert any diner that a meal full of soul is in store. A soft Zydeco soundtrack plays under this room's clatter, which comes from a crowd eating New Orleans-style food almost elbow to elbow. The counter is the best bet for those looking for a quick meal, but those with more time will want to savor their Po' boy sandwiches, andouille sausage, soft-shell crab and down-home sides like collard greens, cheese grits and corn muffins. Adventurous diners douse their meals with hot sauces that push the third-degree zone. Heaven on Seven's food, high-energy atmosphere and friendly staff make it a hot Loop lunch stop for those who need a dose of spice and soul.