Voodoo brings some much-needed Polynesian flavor to the Lowcountry, with a few velvet paintings and wild full moon parties thrown in the mix. The Avondale restaurant recently updated both its space and its menu, revamping the cocktail list to utilize more fresh ingredients — but don’t worry, the drinks are still served in kitschy tropical tumblers with as much flare as they can fit poking out of the top. The food menu is packed with inventive bar fare that probably shouldn’t even be called bar fare. There’s a selection of satisfying sliders like duck club, oxtail, and the crispy fried white bean burgers, or try the gourmet tacos — barbecue duck and Baja shrimp are popular choices. The pizza du jour is often an adventurous choice; a recent special featured cilantro pesto, pineapple, cheese, and bacon. It was surprisingly delicious. —Erica Jackson CurranDish (Winter 2014)

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Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri 4 pm-7 pm: Half-price tacos, $4 well drinks, $1.50 High Life and PBR, $2 domestic beers, $1 High Life Ponies, and $4 house wine and Coso

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