Wilson Farm, Lexington
Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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Fun, but expensive, spot to pick up local produce and other unique grocery items. Has many good "ready-to-cook" meals available as well.
It was interesting visiting this farmer's market/farm/cute small Halloween store. There was tons of different pumpkins to choose, fruits, veggies, treats, etc. We ate some cider mini donuts. They were... read more »
we visit the Boston area every year from New Mexico to visit our long time good friend Bob and always make it a point to go to Wilson farms, everything you need, the staff are all friendly and helpful... read more »
I have been coming here since I was a child with my parents. I always get a good selection of fruits, eggs and vegetables. The bakery and gardening area is wonderful to visit. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. I remember my parents coming here and meeting the Wilson brothers. They were always friendly and welcoming to my parents. We don't see members of the family or they might be mixed with the other staff. We no longer know who they are.
We got a lovely Christmas tree here and, even though they lost the one that we picked out in the netting process, they were very apologetic and gave us a larger one at a discount. Nice selection of poinsettias and gifts ofr the holidays, as well. Looking forward to going back in the summer for fresh produce.
I live down on fern street, a really easy walk from Wilson's farm, and have eaten there a LOT. All the food I've tried is excellent, though I found a little sand in a clam in the clam soup, though you can't help that, and it was only one clam. But the reason I'm giving it a three is because I got blackberries one day, and when I got home, I opened the bag to find the bagger was really stupid and put a heavy object directly on top. They were totally smashed, not to mention a huge mess.
Everything was beautiful and looked delicious. They had coffee for sale on the table, I tasted it and it tasted awful. I bought a cantaloupe after tasting the delicious sample. When I got home and ate some of the cantaloupe, it was tasteless, just awful. A waste of money. I also purchased breaded eggplant. When I make it it's fabulous but Wilson's was not only tasteless but the largest piece was so fibrous it was not edible. A very expensive place for less than mediocre products.
The best place to shop for local, farm fresh groceries. Staff are incredibly friendly and the prices aren't too steep, but bananas are cheaper at Whole Foods in Woburn. The blueberry bagels here go quickly! They often host events depending on what's in season. The garden center knows what they are talking about.
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