Qué Pasa? Review
This funky eatery serves as something of an art gallery–restaurant where diners can appreciate the colorful, eclectic works of local artists while enjoying a meal or savoring a drink. The terra-cotta outdoor spaces are illuminated by strings of lights. Inside, jewel-color walls serve as an eye-popping backdrop for numerous paintings. Despite the name, there isn't a Mexican dish on the menu, which includes sashimi, rack of lamb, and fish dishes (they are especially good). Everything is done with Aruban flair, and the staff is helpful and friendly. Save room for one of the delightfully comforting desserts, such as a brownie with ice cream. The bar area is fun, too.