Posts about “Seafood”

Fresh NW Halibut & Sablefish at Ray’s April 9-22!

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Join us as we celebrate the fresh Washington halibut and sablefish (black cod, butterfish) season from Monday, April 9 through Sunday, April 22 in the Boathouse and Café! We’ve partnered with Northwest fisheries to bring you an abundance of halibut and sablefish from Washington’s coast. Enjoy new preparations below in both the Boathouse and Café during this time only! Make your reservations… Read More >>

Shuck & Sip: Oysters & Sparkling Wine at Ray’s Feb. 19-Mar. 4

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We’re kicking off our 45th year celebrating the simple joys of cool, refreshing oysters on the half-shell paired perfectly with crisp sparkling wines. From Monday, February 19 through Sunday, March 4 in the Boathouse and Café enjoy a variety of local Penn Cove oysters served individually, by the duo, or as a half-dozen with an… Read More >>

Shellfest Returns to Ray’s Café Jan. 17-31!

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Shellfest is back this winter at Ray’s Café from Wednesday, January 17 through Wednesday, January 31! Our Executive Chef Paul Duncan has created a delicious, limited-time Shellfest menu featuring an array of fresh, local shellfish including oysters, snow crab, clams, shrimp and more in our upstairs Café. Enjoy them while they last and try them all from January… Read More >>

Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Ray’s Feb. 14-18!

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Let Ray’s set the mood this Valentine’s Day! Our breathtaking waterfront views of Puget Sound and beautiful snow-capped mountains provide the perfect backdrop for a romantic dinner. We’re celebrating Valentine’s Day at Ray’s Boathouse & Café from Wednesday, February 14 through Sunday, February 18. The Café will offer its regular menu, along with a variety… Read More >>

Toast to a New Year at Ray’s Dec. 31 & Jan. 1!

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Celebrate the start of a brand new year at Ray’s! Gather your friends and family on New Year’s Eve, Sunday, December 31 for a perfect dinner before a night on the town or cozy evening watching fireworks on TV. The Boathouse will serve its full menu of fresh, local seafood, including chilled Northwest Oysters, Wild… Read More >>

Win Dinner for a Year at Ray’s Nov. 1-21!

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This November, as we look forward to 2018 and turning 45, we want to pause for a moment to celebrate the past, present and future of Ray’s, with you our beloved guests. From November 1-21 enjoy three weeks of special menus that throwback to memorable moments and eras in our history. It will conclude with… Read More >>

Reeling in the years at Ray’s by Russ Wohlers

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Ray’s started with the small kernel of an idea that salmon and other fish could be broiled just like a steak on a beach bonfire grill, after reeling it into the boat from a good day of fishing. Then came halibut, lingcod, sable fish, oysters, mussels and clams. Excellent seafood that could be cooked in… Read More >>

Ray’s Celebrates Alaska Herring Week

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Alaska Herring Week starts today through June 25th! This week celebrates herring, the most consumed fish in the world, but often overlooked in the U.S. It contains more omega 3s than salmon, a Northwest favorite, and imparts delicious flavor to any number of dishes – not just pickled! It can be poached, smoked, grilled, fried,… Read More >>

New Boathouse Summer Menu!

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Summer is here! And it’s time to shake things up with new dishes and seasonal updates to our Boathouse menu. Tempt your taste buds with crisp, cool summer salads, fresh Alaskan Halibut, crispy smoked Sablefish, and more below! View the full menu here and look out for weekly specials on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. For Boathouse reservations call… Read More >>

Fresh Fish Series: Black Cod!

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Hello again my fresh fish friends! Today’s chapter in our series is all about Black Cod. Or is it called Sablefish, or Butterfish or Candlefish or… ? The list of names for this flaky deliciousness goes on. At Ray’s you’ll hear it referred to as Sablefish or Black Cod. The versatility of this fish is… Read More >>