Maine Igloo Dining atop a cliff with spectacular ocean views

Maine offers spectacular views all year round. Yes, we get a lot of tourists during the summer months, but there is still so much to see during the rest of the year. Just because it’s cold outside in the winter months doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the breathtaking views Maine has to offer.

I’ve always wanted to go to an igloo bar, where you sit and drink inside an “igloo” that will keep you warmer than standing outside. Igloo bars seem cool, however, I may have found something even better and it’s here in Maine.

Imagine going on a romantic date during the colder months, it can be perfect. Nothing is more romantic than dining beside the beauty of the ocean, and Nubb’s Lobster Shack at Cliff House Maine in Cape Neddick once again offers you that opportunity.

Cliff House took to Facebook to share the feedback from this amazing dining experience.

You can rent your own private igloo which sits on the cliff side overlooking the ocean.

This is the 3rd year that they have organized this incredible experience, and you can already start booking your reservations. You might want to check your calendar before booking as the igloos won’t be open until December 23.

If you want to dine in an igloo at Nubb’s Lobster Shack, be aware that the igloos will only be available from December 23 to March 30 (and only from Thursday to Sunday).

You can choose to sit in the middle of a snowstorm while having dinner and watching the (almost) frozen ocean.

If you want to make reservations in advance, you can call (855) 867-0946 and view the menu here.

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