The 10 Best Shopping Outlets and Malls in Maine!
Whether you’re interested in the latest sneaker trends, that perfect accent piece for your living room, or a new pair of headphones, it sounds like you’re in for a trip to the mall. In Maine, the great outlets and malls throughout the state will bring you all that you’re looking for and then some. Here are our favorites.
Featuring outlet stores like Nike, Coach Factory, Kay Jewelers, L.L. Bean, Talbots Outlet, and more, Freeport Village Station is a fun place to shop, eat and play. Enjoy burgers and milkshakes at Johnny Rocket’s. Catch a movie at the adjacent Nordica Theatre after a day of bargain hunting.
Featuring Old Navy, Kohl’s, L.L. Bean, Dressbarn, A.C. Moore, iParty and more, there’s lots of shopping going on at Bangor Parkade. Need a break from shopping? Check out Texas Roadhouse for dinner or Papa John’s for lunch or dinner.
Featuring a seemingly endless array of stores on Route 1, Kittery Premium Outlets include Aldo, Banana Republic, Movado, Coach, Yankee Candle, J. Crew, Lindt, Chico’s, Clarks and countless more. Shoppers will also find a Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts and several restaurants in the midst of their shopping experience. These stores are broken up into several plazas that all fall under the heading of Kittery Premium Outlets. Shoppers can pick up a map and quite often some coupons, too, at most of these plazas.
Shop at Hannoush Jewelers, Clarks, Soma, Sephora, Williams Sonoma, Pier I Imports, L’Occitane and more at the Maine Mall. Treat the kids to a one of a kind stuffed animal they make themselves at Build A Bear. Dine at Old Country Buffet, Villa Italian Kitchen or Johnny Rockets.
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Buy CDs, vinyl albums, and more at Bull Moose in the Lewiston Mall. Check out Radio Shack, too, for all the latest electronics. Dine at Hibachi Buffet or Golden City Chinese Restaurant.
DSW boasts the biggest draw at the Mallside Plaza. Shoppers can spend an hour there easily, and then move on to Dress Barn, Guitar Center, Five Below and Dollar Tree. Have lunch at Five Guys Burgers or dinner at Super Great Wall Buffet.
Wear your comfy shoes, because there’s both a TJ Maxx and a HomeGoods at the Broadway Shopping Center. In addition there’s a Hallmark Store and a Sherwin Williams. Pick up groceries on your way home at Hannaford. Stop for a quick bite at Amato’s or Pizza Hut.
Shop at Lane Bryant, Kohl’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dreams Bridal Boutique and Tuxedo Center, Eddie Bauer Outlet, Sally Beauty Supply and more when you visit the Marketplace at Augusta. Enjoy lunch or dinner at Chipotle, Ruby Tuesday, Olive Garden, Red Robin, Longhorn Steakhouse or Elevation Burger. Take a break from shopping by checking out a new movie at Regal Cinemas.
Shoppers can easily spend a few hours at Maine Crossing. Once you’ve perused Nordstrom Rack and Bed, Bath and Beyond you’ll be ready for a break. Lucky for you, there’s a Starbucks right there to help you perk up for round two. Visit A.C. Moore for craft supplies and Famous Footwear for some new kicks. Finish your adventure at Target, where you can buy just about anything.
Maine Coast Mall offers shoppers a nice array of stores to shop before they find themselves in Acadia National Park. Pick up sports clothing and equipment at Olympia Sports and clothes for men, women and children at TJ Maxx. If you’re looking for designer labels, check out Label Shopper. Grab your picnic items at Hannaford’s and grab coffee at Aroma Joe’s or a meal at Governor’s.