Lexington, MA

In 2010 Margaritas knew it was time to put down roots in the town where the American Revolution first began. Lexington, MA, situated a half hour north-west of Boston, is a wealthy suburb steeped in history where the “shot heard round the world” was fired in 1775 setting off the American Revolution. Margaritas Lexington is at 438 Bedford Street, just down the road from Pine Meadows Country Club and Hanscom Air Force Base.

As a town known for its historical significance, Lexington has been keen to preserve many of its old buildings, landmarks and monuments from the colonial and revolutionary periods. The Battle Green, where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired, is one of the most famous historical sites. The National Historical Park lets visitors experience what it would have been like to live in revolutionary times by touring old homes, watching reenactments and learning through self-guided or ranger-guided tours. Other historic sites in Lexington include the Old Burying Ground, the Belfry, Buckman Tavern, Munroe Tavern, and the Hancock-Clarke House among others.

But there is more to Lexington than just colonial homes and revolutionary reenactments.

In addition to being popular for its history, Lexington is a sought after suburban family town with a city center full of shops and restaurants, excellent schools and a prime location. The Minuteman Bikeway passes through Lexington and runs all the way into Cambridge where it connects with four other bike paths, stretching out to Somerville, the Fresh Pond Reservation, and throughout numerous Boston communities.

So, what are you waiting for? Plan a trip to Lexington and take a step back in time or jump on your bike and explore the Commonwealth via the Minuteman Bikeway. And if you fall in love with Lexington the way we did, there are plenty of real estate brokers available to show you your next home! No matter how you spend your day in Lexington, make sure to stop into Margaritas. We have an authentic Mexican inspired menu with a south of the border atmosphere that will leave you relaxed and rejuvenated; the perfect ending to a busy day in one of Massachusetts’s most famous towns.