The much anticipated opening of Mick Fleetwood’s first restaurant – Fleetwood’s On Front Street – is now set to open this coming Thursday, August 2nd.
With over 14,000 square feet of prime space, Fleetwood’s On Front Street will consist of two levels of dining with multiple bars, a basement nightclub, a full recording studio, VIP dining area, gallery, and retail store featuring Mick Fleetwood’s wine.
Yes, you can dine like a rock star!
The menu is one of Maui’s top secrets, but will include an “international” flair of both local Hawaiian tastes and colonial British recipes representing Mick Fleetwood’s heritage. The menu is being designed by celebrity chef Scott Leibfried.
One of the most interesting aspects of Fleetwood’s On Front Street will be the roof-top cashbah, with a retractable canvas roof and cabanas. It’ll also offer one of west Maui’s most spectacular views of the island’s famous sunsets.
Mick Fleetwood will perform often, as he is a resident of Maui and this restaurant represents a life-long dream. Also expect other well-known musicians to appear from time-to-time.
Fleetwood’s On Front Street will transform the quaint, quiet town of Lahaina on the west side of Maui into a vibrant, exciting area and will quickly become the “cool” place to dine and mingle with friends.
Fleetwood’s On Front Street
744 Front Street
Lahaina, HI 96761
Serving both lunch and dinner. Hours have not yet been set.
Parking: It’ll be difficult, if not downright impossible, to find free parking along Front Street. But ample paid parking is available along both Lahainaluna Road and Dickenson Street. The parking lots are secure and well-lit and a short walk to Fleetwood’s On Front Street.
- Absolutely make reservations. This entertainment complex will quickly become a popular spot on Maui.
- Enjoy drinks upstairs before dining in one of the two dining areas, and plan to dance away the evening in the basement nightclub.
- Friday nights will be the best nights to dine at Fleetwood’s, as Lahaina hosts numerous art galleries that feature local and international artists each Friday.
Stop by Lahaina Fudge Company for fudge, chocolates, taffy, coconut macaroons, and other delectibles. Open until 10 PM. http://www.lahainafudgecompany.com
Pioneer Inn, built in 1901, represents the early Hawaiian whaling days and the hotel is just minutes from Fleetwood’s On Front Street. http://www.pioneerinnmaui.com/
The Baldwin House http://www.lahainarestoration.org/baldwin.html is also just minutes away from the restaurant and is worth a visit while walking around the town of Lahaina.
The Wharf Cinema Center has several retail stores with a side variety of Hawaiian gifts at reasonable prices. There’s also several restaurants and a movie theatre. http://www.thewharfcinemacenter.com
Maui Visitor Information! http://www.maui-tourist.com
Oahu Visitor Information – http://www.oahu-tourist.com
Lahaina Fudge Company – http://www.lahainafudgecompany.com
Hawaii’s Best Salt Water Taffy – http://www.bigwavetaffy.com
Big Island Information – http://www.bigisland-tourist.com
Waikiki Information – http://www.waikiki-tourist.com
Jelly Fish & Sea Creatures – Island Jewelry – http://www.elizabethhoskinson.com