Well, if you're confident about your LSAT performance (I'm assuming perhaps your practice tests are high), then you'll have an excellent chance to go to a really good school.
I don't know what your plans are, like what area you want to live/work in, or what your soft factors are.
Do a lot of research on this board and lawschoolnumbers.com. I think you'll be surprised at where people go with certain numbers, every situation is different. A high LSAT will offset your GPA (which is not that bad) at a lot of schools.
As for taking a year off, thats up to you. If you LSAT is 170+, I don't think the difference in GPA will make too much of a difference. It's all a journey..
Best of luck to you (and to me too