Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Mick Fleetwood ventured into the restaurant business with commendable results. His snazzy eatery occupies the top two floors of a lovingly restored three-story building on Front Street. For dinner, choose from locally grown salads, fresh fish entrees, or a Harley-Davidson Hog burger—hold the Harley. I find the food a little lackluster, but the atmosphere is outstanding. The dining room’s cozy booths and wraparound bar evoke an older, more sophisticated era. But the real draw is the rooftop dining—plus the live entertainment. Tip: Nightly at 6pm, local musicians offer a short, free performance, ranging from bagpipes to Hawaiian chanting. Mick and his celebrity friends often pop in to play a set. When it rains, the upstairs seating is closed.