From Our Editors
When guests walk into Gary's Dewey Beach Grill, it becomes clear from the décor that they're only a short burger toss to the Atlantic Ocean. An expansive mural of the beach complete with sand dunes and wooden-post fences greets patrons. The prime-sand locale's maritime bona fides are further established by Japanese sushi and a Cajun-influenced menu of fresh catfish and hearty jambalaya. In the light of floor-to-ceiling front windows, patrons can spool pasta at a fully stocked bar, featuring more than 100 beer options and a large flat-screen TV. Though Gary's has been the life of the party since 1981, the team has never lost its eye for environmental conservation. Along with a pledge to use eco-sensitive products and practices whenever possible, the staff consistently participates in local recycling drives. Furthermore, Gary's now draws on roof-mounted solar panels to supply much of the restaurant's power––a kind alternative to Gary's old power-generation technique of using a unicycle to power the bar.