Ray’s Boathouse is excited to present our Feast of the Fall Forage, celebrating the Pacific Northwest’s beautiful fall bounty from land to sea!
For four weeks, from September 14 through October 11, we will highlight local purveyors who work tirelessly to forage the Northwest for the best product available. Each week Ray’s will feature a special dish by our Executive Chef Paul Duncan, highlighting unique preparations of local products, from Taylor Shellfish Olympia Oysters to Penn Cove Mussels, Northwest Albacore from Olympic Seafoods, and gorgeous mushrooms, berries and greens from Foraged & Found Edibles.
Try a new dish each week and be sure to join us at our Betz Family Wine Dinner on Friday, October 16 at Ray’s, where we will highlight the best of the Feast of the Fall Forage!
Enter to win tickets to our wine dinner and a prize package September 14-October 2 on social media! See below for details.
To enter, use #RaysFallForage on social media when dining at Ray’s from September 14 through October 11 so we may share your photos!
Feast of the Fall Forage Menu Highlights:
*Menu subject to change, based on availability.
SAVE THE DATE
Ray’s Fall Forage Wine Dinner featuring Betz Family Winery
Join us on Friday, October 16, where we’ll highlight the best of the Feast of the Fall Forage along with wines from award-winning, Woodinville-based Betz Family Winery. Five-courses, $125 per person (excluding tax and gratuity). Reservations required and seating is limited. 6:30 p.m. reception, 7 p.m. dinner; 21 years of age and over only.
Reserve your seats today at 206.789.6309 or email@example.com.
ENTER TO WIN!
Win a pair of tickets to our Fall Forage Wine Dinner September 14-October 2!
Ray’s sources all foraged ingredients from local, qualified, professional purveyors. While eating forged items from the Northwest is a true treat, you must be careful when foraging on your own. Ray’s asks that you know the rules, guidelines and risks prior to eating anything you forage in the wild. Ray’s cautions anyone to not go foraging without the proper guide or education needed to make accurate choices for what is safe to eat in the wild. Learn more from local foraging experts like Langdon Cook and Foraged & Found Edibles.
Contest Fine Print
Contest General Conditions
These are the official contest rules of #RayFallForage Contest. These rules may be subject to change without notice.
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