Best Happy Hour, 2014:
At ¿Que Pasa? the garage doors are wide open and the breeze is blowing. Sit at the bar or on the beach. There’s a large selection of tequilas. The margaritas are primo.
Dudes and ¿Que Pasa? go together like lime and a cold Corona. Consider barbecued pork or spicy chicken burritos stuffed with Spanish rice, poblano peppers, grilled onions and jack cheese. Nothing cures a hangover better than tender grilled skirt steak that’s been marinated in lemon and ancho chilies, served with grilled onion-corn salsa and spicy red beans and rice.
Once many Dewey Beach revelers outgrew the legendary Taco Toss at the Lighthouse, it was on to ¿Que Pasa? for its rockin’ happy hour. “It’s a religion to a lot of the people who come here,” says owner Jim Baeurle. People go for the margaritas but stay for the view, an unadulterated shot at the Rehoboth Bay. People pack in at around 5 p.m. and usually ship out around 10. If they’re feeling extra frisky, there’s always the Lighthouse.
We’ll take a classic margarita with the bay view from the bar at ¿Que Pasa? When the
sun is shining, nothing makes us happier.