While its view is killer and its menu indulgent, the Pavilion Bar isn't somewhere that you're going to just pop into on a Tuesday for drinks. Instead, keep this place in your back pocket for special occasions. The mojitos are made with Cruzan rum and fruit purées (strawberry and kiwi, blueberry, raspberry), and the martinis with Hendrick's, Grey Goose, and other high-quality liquor. The food is equally elegant, offering filet mignon kebab, lobster thermidor and portabella pizza, and a Kobe beef burger. Most of the appetizers are more expensive than the more meal-like parts of the menu (like the sandwiches, which come with a side of waffle fries). At $19, the Duck Confit Nachos seem excessively priced, but it's also excessively portioned. Don't order it unless you're with a large group, otherwise you may have trouble finishing it. —Susan Cohen, Dish (Summer 2012)

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Cool cocktails, savory cuisine, and a killer view of Charleston's harbor and skyline. Voted Best Upscale Bar by CP readers

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Hours: Lunch & Dinner
Price: $$$$

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