Posts about “What’s New”

Fresh Alaskan Halibut Season lands at Ray’s today!

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Seattle’s first fresh Alaskan Halibut of 2017 is at Ray’s starting tonight! Enjoy one of the Northwest’s best fish in the Boathouse and Cafe where Chef Paul Duncan and his team will serve it seared and lightly seasoned with kosher salt. Then accompany it with fresh, local flavors and complimentary sides. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter… Read More >>

Our 2017 Cause: Mary’s Place

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  With Seattle roots firmly planted for decades, and more charitable donations to our credit than we could list in this blog post, Ray’s decided in 2017 to focus the bulk of its team’s time and charitable resources to a fitting cause: Mary’s Place (marysplaceseattle.org). Mary’s Place is a leading voice for homeless women, children,… Read More >>

Featured: Olympia Oysters and Schramsberg sparkling wine, extended through Valentine’s day!

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  Feb 10-14 while they last, savor your chance to taste a rare Northwest treasure: the Olympia oyster! The Olympia oyster (Ostrea lurida) is one of the rarest, most treasured of our Pacific Northwest native species. James Beard, champion of American cuisine, called the petite Olympia “the most distinguished of the oysters” for its distinctive… Read More >>

Second Annual Ballard Beer Awards – Feb 1-28

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Vote for Your Favorite Ballard Brew! The 2nd Annual Ballard Beer Awards returns February 1-28. We’ll be spotlighting four Ballard-based breweries for you to taste and cast your vote! Stop by and purchase a pint from one of breweries below to cast your vote or, if you choose not to partake with your palate, simply ask to fill out… Read More >>

Shellfest Returns to Ray’s, Jan 9-22!

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It’s almost time to Shell-ebrate with Shellfest returning to Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe, January 9 – 22! Chilly winter waters are perfect for harvesting pristine shellfish and you’re to partake at Ray’s in the form of specially prepared shrimp, crab, oyster dishes and much more. Prices start at just $6. Sample Offerings (each sold separately; selections… Read More >>

Give the Gift of Ray’s this Holiday Season!

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Give the gift that never goes out of style – gift cards from Ray’s, Seattle’s most iconic seafood restaurant! To help you cash in on your holiday shopping this year, we’re giving you a complimentary $20 gift card for every $100 you spend on gift cards now through December 31 – it’s the gift that keeps on giving! NEW THIS… Read More >>

Ray’s Annual Pumpkin Carving – October 22!

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We are thrilled to be hosting our third annual pumpkin carving party on Saturday, October 22nd! Pumpkin Carvers of all ages are invited to participate in the fall festivities on our cozy covered Cafe deck starting at 11:30 a.m., rain or shine. Guests will receive a pumpkin, child-safe carving tools, an LED candle and delicious… Read More >>

14th Annual Rose Revival and Other Cool Whites

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Thurs. May 26th, 2016 Ray’s Boathouse 6049 Seaview Ave NW Seattle, WA 6 – 9 pm ~ $35 *Special VIP early entry at 5 pm for $50 What could be more summer than sipping tasty rose’ and white wines on the beautiful deck of at Ray’s Boathouse watching the sun set over the Olympic Mountains across… Read More >>

Shellfest Returns in the Cafe January 4th-31st!

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Ray’s is celebrating shellfish season this January! Join us in the Cafe to enjoy a variety of specially prepared shrimp, crab and oyster dishes, only available January 4-31. It’s the perfect time for the novice shellfish eater to try something new, and shellfish lovers to go enjoy their favorites. We’ll feature rotating wine and cocktail… Read More >>

Chef Paul and Ray’s Continue to Lead by Example

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by Paul Duncan, Chef de Cuisine WHAT WERE YOUR EARLY INFLUENCES AS A CHEF? I’m proud to be from the Northwest. When I cooked in Portland, there was a movement happening with a handful of chefs before it was called ‘farm to table” We had farmers that only we used to buy from, and they’d… Read More >>