WELCOME TO MARGARITAS
Margaritas in Auburn, ME has been feeding the L-A community (Lewiston-Auburn) for nearly 20 years. Located near the Androscoggin River, which separates Auburn and Lewiston, Auburn is also close to popular vacation destinations such as Sebago Lake (40 minutes) and Booth Bay Harbor (just over an hour). Freeport, home to the L.L. Bean Flagship store and the Freeport outlets is only a 30-minute drive from Auburn.
While the town might be small, residents of Auburn have found plenty of ways to have fun. The Great Falls Balloon Festival, celebrating its 23rd year, is a weekend long event featuring hot air balloons, food and entertainment. The festival raises money for local nonprofits and attracts nearly 100,000 visitors every summer. Taking place every 4th of July is The Liberty Festival with live entertainment and vendors. And when winter rolls around in this central Maine town, the snow loving residents of Auburn know just what this chilly town needs—a winter festival celebration to welcome back Maine’s longest season. The Auburn Winter Festival is a celebration of everything winter with snowmobile rides, ice sculptures, skiing, snowshoeing, music and more.
If you are hanging out in Auburn when there are no festivals going on, fear not! Take a skate at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee, catch one of the Spirits hockey games or try out the new indoor Ingersoll Turf Facility with 20,000 square feet of filled in turf surface and two batting cages. Or, if you or someone in your family is into dance, check out the Bates Dance Festival. The Auburn Mall is just down the road from Margaritas and in the neighboring town of Lewiston you will find the Thorncrag Nature Sanctuary, a 372-acre wildlife preserve.
If you are visiting Auburn for a festival, to canoe along the Androscoggin River or are just passing through, be sure to stop in at Margaritas Auburn for some of the best Mexican food in Maine! We have an authentic Mexican inspired menu with a south of the border atmosphere and an extensive margarita list. See you in Auburn!