If a tall, delicious iced coffee is what you’re craving, a local coffee shop is your best option. The local coffee shops of Maine know how to brew a mean cup of coffee. So check out the best places for iced coffee in Maine. You’ll be glad you did.
Open seven days a week, Lil’s Café brews only Tandem Coffee, which is roasted in Portland. Their iced coffee is mixed with local milk (or can remain black if you prefer) and perfectly complements one of the homemade baked goods, breads or soups that they serve up each day.
All the iced coffee at Bard Coffee is both roasted and brewed in house. Plus, it’s made by seasoned baristas. You’ll become a repeat customer once you buy your iced coffee here.
St. Joe’s Coffee serves up the best iced coffee within the York Beach vicinity. Be sure to enjoy it with one of their Bennis—deep fried dough sprinkled with powdered sugar and a variety of sauces for dipping. Check out the quaint shops while sipping your iced coffee, too.
When you check out this local Camden favorite, you'll be getting a lot more than iced coffee, you'll be getting music, books, and culture! This place always has something going on, interviews with historians, local musicians, book clubs, you name it. Not only is this place as unique as it looks, but the quality of food and beverage is beyond expectation—not to mention everything is locally and ethically sourced. Try an iced latte, grab a house-made scone, have a seat, and see what the buzz is all about.
When you see the red coffee cup sculpture on the roof, you’ll know you’ve found the Coffee by Design Coffeehouse. Enjoy a robust iced coffee with your choice of the coffee that’s roasted there that day. You can’t go wrong with the baristas who are skilled in creating all the coffee drinks they sell.
Iced coffee made and served at West Market Square Artisan Coffeehouse is more than just an iced coffee—it’s a flash brewed iced coffee. It’s actually an experience, too. If you can stay and sip, you’ll enjoy the comfortable seating, the eclectic surroundings and the baristas who made your drink.
Music, art on the walls and the comfort of sitting and sipping your iced coffee all await you at Arabica Coffee House. Twenty years in the business is apparent, both in the taste and in the atmosphere. Ask a barista for an iced coffee recommendation, and then go out on that proverbial limb. No one here will steer you wrong.
The Cupcakery is known for their delicious iced and hot coffee as much as they are for their amazing cupcakes. Plus, when you visit them, you’re supporting an organization that provides jobs for those with intellectual challenges. Pair your iced coffee with one of their seasonal favorites and prepare to indulge in something very special.