What a gem in downtown Lexington, MA. Small and intimate, but that is the charm. Food is excellent!! Chicken Parm is a must as well as the Spaghetti and Meatballs. Enjoy!!
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This has been a staple for locals for years. Growing up in Lexington, I came here quite often with friends and families. I also eat here almost every time I come back to visit. Cheap no frills Italian food in the town center. The chicken...More
What a cute Italian restaurant! The pizza was thin crust. We had the meatball and pepperoni. I wish we had a restaurant in our town that made pizza as good as this. The wait staff was very attentive and the prices were very affordable. Not...More
We've been going to Mario's when in Lexington for over 30 years and it is a little gem of a place! Seating about 60, it is charming and perfect for friends or families. All their menu items are fresh and delish whether it be their...More
My wife and our grandkids, 6 and 4, dined at Mario's last night. Until recently, Mario's didn't serve alcohol and my wife and I needed a glass of wine after a long day with the kids. We opted for pizza, cheese for the kids and...More
My first visit to Lexington and the family we were staying with they recommended Mario's. We had the signature dish Baked Ziti... First time, we enjoyed it. The dish was big we shared it with a Mediterranean salad... The waitress was nice and friendly... Nice...More
I like this place close to my house and nice options to select good portion sizes. my son and i went during mother day. I also went with my friend.
While visiting Lexington, we got take-out from Mario's. It seems like a solid Italian restaurant. We had spaghetti, lasagne and pizza. All of the food was flavorful, tasted fresh, and wasn't too greasy. The portions are huge - we had plenty of leftovers. It was...More
This diner was OK. You can even say decent. But calling this place a great place for Italian would be an overstatement. The staff was friendly, but when we asked them about Lexington's Revolutionary War era history, they couldn't help us. Very disappointing lack of...More