Rock & 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, best bets include the locally grown salads, fresh fish entrees, or the Lahaina burger (Kauai grass-fed beef, aged cheddar, smoked bacon, and tomato jam). At lunch, served only on the rooftop, the menu features salads and casual fare such as Maui beer-battered fish and chips, a fried chipotle chicken sandwich, and fresh-catch fish tacos. Although the food may not be particularly exciting, the atmosphere is outstanding: The dining room’s cozy booths and wraparound bar evoke an older, more sophisticated era, while the rooftop offers spectacular view and the frequent live entertainment is top shelf. 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.