Lunch is Back at the Famed Fleetwood’s on Front Street
And it’s just in time for whale-watching season.
For the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Fleetwood’s on Front Street will be open for lunch. Beginning on Nov. 16, you can enjoy a midday meal at the restaurant, and if you’re lucky, grab a seat on the rooftop lounge. (Let’s be real, you need a reservation to dine upstairs.)
Fleetwood’s on Front Street is a splendid spot to shoot back oysters, water them down with spicy lilikoʻi margaritas and soak in the site of the Pacific from the rooftop lounge. In the winter, you can spot humpback whales playing just a few miles offshore. But the month doesn’t matter when it comes to people-watching. From the rooftop, just gaze below to watch Lahaina’s frenzied waterfront walkway where an entire cast of entertaining characters stroll the streets.
Mick Fleetwood, one of the music industry’s most celebrated drummers, opened the restaurant back in 2012 in historic Lahaina Town. He had a vision of marrying exquisite food with excellent local music. “It’s truly a magical space to come together and enjoy great food, local entertainment and creative drinks with the people you love,” he says in a news release. He adds that he’s thrilled the restaurant can finally reopen for lunch this November.
Lunch will be available every day from 11 a.m.-3p.m. with live music on the weekends from 12-2 p.m. The lunch menu features items that were once popular lunch options like the ʻahi BLT and fresh shucked oysters in addition to new items, including a decadent lobster benedict.
For more information and to make reservations, visit fleetwoodsonfrontst.com.