Sullivans Island sweetheart Poe's Tavern is never without a crowd. No matter what time you come off the beach in search of burgers and a good time. The laid-back restaurant is named after writer Edgar Allan Poe, who was stationed at Fort Moultrie on Sullivans in 1827. With such a prodigious namesake, it's only natural most menu items take on titles from Poe's work, like the "Tell-Tale Heart" burger with fried egg, applewood bacon and cheddar cheese or the "Annabel Lee" version topped with a crab cake and remoulade sauce.
And if you ever needed an excuse to tuck into a plate at Poe's, the establishment is donating five percent of their daily sales to WINGS for Kids until April 20. WINGS is an after-school program aimed at promoting social and emotional development for children in the Lowcountry.