Restaurant Row: Que Pasa

by Dave on October 15, 2009

Mexican meets local at Que Pasa, located inside Dewey Beach’s Ruddertowne, in the spot formerly held by the breakfast spot Sunyside Up.

This restaurant incorporates local ingredients and great seafood into their authentic Mexican cuisine, which you can enjoy inside or al fresco overlooking the Rehoboth Bay.
One of the highlights of the menu at Que Pasa is the tacos, which can be ordered with chicken, shrimp, fried or grilled fish, even with soft shell crab.

Another option to consider is the house burrito, with pork barbecue, grilled onions, poblano peppers and jack cheese, rice, a side of chipotle mayo & Spanish pickles.
Entrees are available also, including shrimp a la plancha and surf & turf enchiladas with braised pork and shrimp.

The outdoor ‘cantina’ is a popular place for locals and visitors to dine or even just to pass away an afternoon or evening sipping on Que Pasa’s signature tequila drinks, including a selection of about 10 varieties of blanco, silver, anejo and reposado tequila.

You’ll find consistent quality and a uniquely good time at Que Pasa. Check it out.

Que Pasa
124 Dickinson St.
Ruddertowne, Dewey Beach
302-226-1820
ruddertowneusa.com

This article first appeared in Coastal Sussex Weekly, July 23, 2009

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