7 Luminarias has arrived at the right time on a street full of standard mexican food fare. Their menu is huge and includes other delicious "Antojitos" = snacks/tapas not frequently prepared locally. I've tried some of their dishes. The food is the freshest anyone can find on the street without a doubt; and the hand made corn tortillas are A+. 7L also has a "Lenten Menu" (*Seasonal* and until Good Friday - The friday before Easter).
Although they don't have a Liquor license YET (It's in the works and they will likely have if by Cinco de Mayo), they are welcoming to patrons bringing their own 1-2 beers per person or even a bottle of wine to dine along. (You need to let them know upon entering and it needs to be a closed container. They will give you a glass or cup to pour it).
I'm really happy that 7L has openen and offers simple, but different dishes like the "pambazos", tlacoyos", etc. a tiny sample of the huge gama of Mexican gastronomy. Don't wait to visit and try them out. 7L is well worth it in a city where alternative Mexican food is served in posh, tasteless and overpriced places in West County.