Poe's pretty much has the best burgers, beers and atmosphere on the planet. I've been to Poe's dozens of times and I don't think I've ever seen an unhappy soul there. Ironic, then, that it is named after one of the scariest damn soldier-poets ever born!
This tiled replica of a "Gold Bug" at the entrance pays homage to the Raven master's work by the same name. It is rumored that the "Gold Bug" was buried somewhere on Sullivan's Island when Poe was stationed there as a young soldier. Maybe it was a treasure or maybe it was a plague destined to wipe out all of mankind. Mu-ha-ha-ha-ha!
This photograph was captured with the always-awesome Sony a6300.
Update: /u/limiate tells me that it's actually buried on Gold Bug Island (which is the tiny island first tiny island on the other side of the Ben Sawyer Bridge when you are heading to Mount Pleasant from Sullivan's Island). I guess the name should have tipped me off!