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Mexican: Established in 1990, La Hacienda, or "LaHa" as it is known locally, is a Ayala family-owned establishment that has grown to include more than 10 locations across the Southeast. LaHa has become legendary among the Charleston restaurant and nightlife scene, due to the simple fact that the drinks are always stiff, and the food is fast, cheap, and served in large portions. That's not to say they skimp on taste here; the family's Jalisco heritage lends itself to authentic dishes across its massive menu of soup, nachos, burritos, enchiladas, and fajitas entree and combo offerings. La Hacienda is a very popular spot for Cinco de Mayo celebrations, and an ideal starter to a fun night out downtown.

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Local Expert Clare Sweeney Says:

Mexican: "It's a young and rowdy crowd at "LaHa" for happy hour on Friday and Saturday nights. Bring on the margaritas!"

Best for Mexican Because: Lunch or dinner at La Hacienda makes for a comfortable, affordable pit stop after a long day of shopping and sightseeing on King Street.

Main Menu

Chips And Salsa
Combination Dinners
Side Orders
Kids Zone
A La Carte

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