“No Shower Happy Hour”
Mango’s “no shower” Happy Hour has become a beach tradition, and we boast some of the best food and drink specials available anywhere at the beach. With our famous Mango Margarita on special for $4 and tons of other food and drink specials, you can escape the heat without sacrificing the legendary view. Available at both bars and cocktail sections, happy hour runs nearly all day: 1-6pm! So skip the shower, leave the beach chairs and umbrellas…and sneak up to see your favorite bartenders for some guaranteed beach memories! Become part of the greatest beach tradition.
Home of the Mango Margarita and the best view in Bethany Beach! Mango’s boasts two bars and two separate cocktail areas, so we have plenty of room for you to unwind from a long summer day of doing nothing! The bar opens at 11:30 am and closes at 11:30 pm on the days we are open, per Town of Bethany regulations. Happy Hour runs from 1-6 pm daily at both bars and cocktails areas, shirt and shoes kindly required. No persons under 21 permitted in the main bar area, but we do permit families with children in our cocktail areas.
Mango’s also hosts one of the best musical lineups in Delaware, with live music on most weekends Friday-Sunday starting at 10pm. The live music lineup varies from week to week, so please call us or post on our Facebook page to get the quickest response.
Mango’s, opened in 1997, arguably has become the landmark of Bethany since the removal of the water tower decades ago. We are located at the most premier location in the town, right at the end of Garfield Parkway next to the bandstand and Bethany Beach Patrol headquarters.
You cannot get any more “ocean front!” Dick Heidenberger and “Mango” Mike Anderson built and designed Mango’s to be the premier location in downtown Bethany Beach. Both Dick and Mike have been in the restaurant business for 30 plus years, and the family style business lives on, with both Mike and Dick’s kids working at Mango’s past and present. Our dining experience spans from American to Caribbean, with dishes inspired from their travels to the Bahamas and Jamaica. Both Mike and Dick have businesses throughout the Delmarva peninsula and Washington, DC.