WELCOME TO MARGARITAS
Calling the South Shore home for the past eight years, Margaritas Weymouth, MA has become the go-to destination for delicious Mexican-inspired cuisine and mouth-watering margs. Located about a half hour south of Boston on Route 3A, Margaritas Weymouth is only 15 minutes from Nantasket Beach, a popular public beach in the neighboring town of Hull, MA.
By way of Weymouth, beach lovers and city dwellers flock to Nantasket Beach every summer, to soak up the sun and walk the Hull strip brimming with ice cream shops, mini golf, arcades, restaurants and gift ships. But if the crowds of Nantasket Beach have you running for the hills, just down the road from Margaritas Weymouth is the recently revitalized Hingham Shipyard, on the picturesque Weymouth Back River, with a movie theater, shops, restaurants, condos and even an MBTA ferry! So if you want to visit Beantown, but don’t want to deal with the gridlock and the infamous Mass drivers, jump on the ferry and cruise into Boston with the gulls. You’ll be to Long Wharf in under an hour (a half hour if there are no stops)! And to top it all off, there’s a bar on the boat, so you can sip a cocktail during your commute (although we cant promise it will be anywhere near as good as a freshly squeezed margarita from Margaritas Weymouth) and take in Boston from a whole new perspective while lounging on the boats outdoor decks.
And then there’s the South Shore plaza, the South Shore’s primary shopping destination, just a 20-minute drive from Margaritas Weymouth. For nature lovers, Worlds End is a sanctuary, just minutes from Margaritas, with walking trails and sweeping views of Boston.
If you are visiting Weymouth during the warmer months you might get lucky and be in town for the Weymouth Carnival held at the Weymouth High School every year, with games, rides and fun for all. Father Bill’s Food Fest is a yearly summer benefit held locally to raise funds for Father Bill’s, which fights to end homelessness in southern Massachusetts. Open to all, the event brings the community together for a great cause allowing patrons to sample some the best food and wine around. If you are visiting in the winter, the South Shore Chamber of Commerce holds its annual WinterFest, featuring over 30 South Shore restaurants, along with local vendors and wine and beer samplings.
Take a day trip into Boston via the MBTA ferry and then return and relax with an authentic Mexican meal and a cold margarita. Or, make it a beach day at Nantasket and top it off with dinner at Margs. You can escape the crowds and compare tan lines while feasting on homemade guac and freshly squeezed beverages. No matter what you do on the South Shore—whether it’s visiting Worlds End, spending the day at the Shipyard or attending a local event—make Margaritas Weymouth part of your plans. With an authentic Mexican inspired menu and south of the border atmosphere, we will help you relax, rejuvenate and refuel so you can take on the rest of the South Shore.