Jigsaw Puzzling: “I was given a laser-cut wood puzzle where each piece is crazy unique. It’s the hardest I’ve done; now I won’t do anything else.”
Sidle Up: “I love bars in all shapes and sizes. It’s usually my go-to spot in any restaurant. Thankfully, this town has a lot of them with a fantastic food component.”
Roll Away: “I play bocce any chance I can, usually at the beach. I played in the first Special Olympics Bocce Bash 20 years ago and have played ever since.”
Bareboating: “Sailing is dear to me. I spend as much time as I can on the water here. I taught my kids how to sail while bareboating in the Caribbean with friends.”
Mad for Micro: “I love anything in miniature. I would’ve loved to work in the Smithsonian on the dioramas of ancient Rome and Indian encampments.”
Architect Dan Sweeney’s firm Stumphouse specializes in the adaptive reuse of historical spaces for restaurants. Here, he’s pictured at one of his favorite projects, High Wire Distilling. “The trusses and roof are a beautiful backdrop for the craftsmanship of the German still,” he says.
Sweeney’s firm Stumphouse specializes in restoring and repurposing historical spaces for restaurants