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There are plenty of oyster bars in Charleston, but Pearlz is one of our favorites because it’s centrally located and has a great Happy Hour. Located in the middle of the French Quarter, this is where to go when you want a dozen oysters, a beer, and a break from activities. Also, on weeknights from 4-6pm, Pearlz serves $2 oysters, $3 champagne, and $4 oyster shooters, which might be our favorite trio in town.

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