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Mexican: Established in 2003, this family-owned North Charleston Mexican restaurant is traditional in both cuisine and atmosphere. The La Norteña interior is colorful and comfortable, with booth seating and friendly service. That's a good thing when you're about to leave completely stuffed with fresh, authentic Mexican food, influenced in particular by the cuisine of central Jalisco on the Pacific coast. The huge La Norteña menu contains something for everyone, with such seafood offerings as shrimp nachos and tacos, ceviche, whole grilled Tilapia, as well as other standard favorites like tostadas, burritos, tortas, tacos, fajitas, and even an entire section of the menu dedicated to vegetarian entrees. One highlight is the 4 varieties of enchiladas, including enchiladas poblanas, green enchiladas, red enchiladas, and enchiladas norteñas; each plate includes four enchilada for just $10 - $11.99. The prices are right for an affordable large group lunch or dinner, plus drinks or dessert.

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Local Expert Clare Sweeney Says:

Mexican: "Head to La Norteña on Fridays for live music to go with your delicious Mexican meal."

Best for Mexican Because: La Norteña offers a huge menu of traditional Mexican favorites, an entire section vegetarian menu options, weekly live music, and a comfortable, friendly vibe.

Main Menu

Appetizers
Salads
Burritos
Tostadas
Enchiladas
Tilapia
Shrimp
Fish
Cocktails
Grilled Nachos
Hot Mexican Sandwiches
Tacos
Quesadillas
Fajitas
Dinners
Chicken
Ribeye Steaks
Vegetarian
Combinations
Lunch Combinations
Lunch Fajitas
Child's Plates
Desserts

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