Make a Day & Night of Lexington, Michigan

As the Null Paradox team gets ready to travel from North America and Europe to Lexington, Michigan to perform at our Saturday, August 16 show at the Lexington Village Theatre, we thought we’d create a list of all of the fun places we’ve been to and recommend in and around Lexington.  Lexington and the surrounding area not only have world-class sandy beaches but plenty of things to do to make a fun day of it.

Then join us at the theatre for our show!  For tickets call:  810-359-5108 or click HERE

 

Entertainment

Lexington Village Theatre, 7318 Huron Avenue, Lexington, Michigan 48450.  Beautifully upgraded with a first-class staff and brand new JBL sound system.  Mike and Lanae Kettlewell, Becky Hortop, and Lisa Hind have made their theatre into a destination that you won’t forget!

 

Food and Drinks

Sweetwater Gourmet Deli & Bakery.  A great place for a delicious lunch or dinner.  Lisa Hind and her great staff will take care of you to the point where they’ll create a one-of-a-kind meal for anyone with food allergies.  Located next door to the Lexington Village Theatre.

The Celtic Ray.  What is there not to love about a pub that serves Indian/Pakistani, Irish, and Vegetarian food AND a wonderful selection of imported beer?  Nothing!  Located next door to the Lexington Village Theatre.

Wimpy’s Place.  Excellent hamburgers from owners Jim & Cindy.  Located a block west of the Lexington Village Theatre

Beck’s Village Café & Ice Cream.  It’s hard to say no to ice cream on a hot summer day.  Just say yes to Don’s fine selection!  Located 3 blocks north of the Lexington Village Theatre on Main Street.

Dairy Queen.  Ice cream.  There may be a theme here.  Check out Jeff & Kelly’s friendly service at their DQ.  Located 2 blocks north of the Lexington Village Theatre on Main Street.

Oldford’s Marina.  Need a place to tie up your boat and have ice cream (mmmm, more ice cream…)?  Theresa made sure that we had Plenty of ice cream.  Located a block northeast of the Lexington Village Theatre on the water.

Blue Water Sports Bar & Grill.  “Come on in and have a drink” is what they told us.  We stayed for a fine dinner as well.  Located in the town of Port Sanilac which is a quick 15 minute drive north from the Lexington Village Theatre.

 

Shopping

Angel’s Garden.  “Excite your imagination.”  We did!  Check out their unique shop which offers an array of accessories for your home and garden, sculptures, serigraphs, wood artistry, and paintings by many renowned artists, as well as colorful hand blown glass art, books and unique greeting cards.  One block west of the Lexington Village Theatre.

Noble.  A wonderfully eclectic store with a perfect selection of potential gifts for loved ones, items that you’ll love for yourself, and much more.  Ask for Ellie. She’s very helpful and a Shakespeare actor.  One block west of the Lexington Village Theatre.

Time Will Tell Antiques.  A unique selection of antiques.  One block west of the Lexington Village Theatre.

T’s Shop.  Need a T-shirt?  This is the place to go!  Joe’s team has friendly service and a wide selection of T-shirts.  One block west of the Lexington Village Theatre.

Crazy Joe’s.  Need even more T-shirts in a surf shop atmosphere?  Right across the street from the parking lot of the Lexington Village Theatre is Joe’s other store.  You can’t miss it:  There’s a boat on the roof and a surf board in front of the store.

 

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