Posts about “Cafe”

Ray’s 4th Annual Pumpkin Carving Party is Oct. 21!

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It’s officially the start of pumpkin season, which means it’s almost time for Ray’s fourth annual pumpkin carving party! All ages are invited to show-off their pumpkin carving skills on Saturday, October 21 on our Cafe deck, rain or shine. We’ve winterized our deck to make it nice and cozy for the fall festivities! We… Read More >>

Sip & Savor Oregon Pinot Noir this Fall at Ray’s!

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Welcome to Fall at Ray’s! As the seasons start to change, we find ourselves at Ray’s looking for wines and flavors that capture this unique time of year. And nothing encapsulates the change of season quite like pinot noir. The bright fruit flavors and acidity of pinot noir pair perfectly with a variety of seafood,… 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 >>

Ray’s ’30th Fire Anniversary’ May 26-28!

Ray's Fire Photo 1987

30 years ago this May 26, Ray’s Boathouse burned to the ground leaving little left but a few tables, chairs and our iconic Ray’s sign. We rebuilt and came back stronger than ever. Now 30 years later we are commemorating this defining day in our history with a Fire Celebration at Ray’s!  Bring the whole family to join… Read More >>

Fresh Fish Series: Copper River Salmon Is Here!

Steve Hauch & Paul Duncan

Copper River Salmon is here! Not so fast. We’ll be waiting on edge all day today to find out if the salmon are out there. Yesterday, the fishing fleets headed a couple of hours away from Cordova, AK to the mouth of the Copper River delta.  Most scouted the area yesterday looking for the best spots… Read More >>

Fresh Fish Series: NW salmon season has arrived!

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Fresh fish season is rollin’! The 2017 salmon season opens today. What do you know about salmon? We may turn to the ol’ “interwebs” to discover salmon is full of the omega fat we prefer to eat, and that king salmon is the biggest in the family. You’ll read that they are born from eggs… Read More >>

Mother’s Day at Ray’s May 14!

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Make your Mother’s Day Boathouse and Cafe reservations before they go! Enjoy Seattle’s best seafood restaurant as you treat mom to a beautiful brunch or dinner at Ray’s this Sunday, May 14. Bask in our gorgeous views of the Olympic Mountains while you dine atop Puget Sound. For Boathouse reservations call 206.789.3770 or click here. For Cafe reservations call 206.782.0094 or click here…. Read More >>

Ray’s Loyalty Member donates 80+ Meals to Mary’s Place

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In the spirit of helping our community thrive and ‘caring through loyalty’, we continue our partnership with Mary’s Place in 2017! In a wonderful act of charitable giving we teamed up with one of our most loyal guests who anonymously offered to donate its family’s Loyalty Card points to offset the cost of dinner for 80+ people at… Read More >>

#RaysRewind: Our Family Tree

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Ray’s Boathouse & Cafe has a rich and broad history in the local culinary and beverage scene. We’ve had so many incredible employees walk through our doors over the last 40+ years and it’s humbling to look at how far our roots stretch. So many people have started at Ray’s and gone on to build amazing businesses, found local events… Read More >>

Fresh Fish Series: Halibut!

BH-Pan Seared Washington Halibut 2

Kicking off our Fresh Fish Series on the Ray’s blog is….. Halibut! Halibut season has taken off this year with no short supply.  Fleets are fishing from Kodiak Island, to South East Alaska, and through British Columbia.  We’ve been filleting beautiful fish this season and halibut is forecasted to be plentiful now through October. We’ve also just heard from our local… Read More >>