I am thrilled to announce that our long time team member and current Sous Chef Steve Hauch has been promoted to Ray’s Executive Sous Chef! Steve is a sharp, hard working guy and this new role cements his dedication to Ray’s and continuing our legacy of high-quality, sustainable seafood. Steve was a very important part… Read More >>
Congrats to Reuben’s Brews!! Winner of our first Ballard Beer Awards voted by the people! Thank you to all who voted throughout the contest! It was a great showing and we’re prouder than ever to be a part of the Ballard community! Join us for our Ballard Beer Awards Dinner with Reuben’s Brews on Saturday, March 5 at Ray’s Cafe! Our 5-course menu compliments… Read More >>
“Jeff! It’s Steve at Ray’s!” “Steve how’ve you been? How’s Ray’s been doing?” “Absolutely wonderful. Hey Jeff, l’d like to bring my Chef team down to Merlino’s and take a tour.” “Of course! Let’s do it.” For those unfamiliar with Merlino Foods, they have distributed Seattle with a huge inventory of products. From their brand of… Read More >>
Boathouse Saute Chef, Kevin Murray, shows us how to brunoise a shallot. Awesome knife skills. Thanks Kevin. bru·noise bro͞onˈwäz/ noun Finely diced vegetables that are cooked in butter and used to flavor soups and sauces.
Vote for your Favorite Ballard Brew! Ray’s is thrilled to bring you the first Ballard Beer Awards voted by the people! In 1982 Paul Shipman started Redhook Brewery in a fire hall in Ballard. Later that year Ray’s Executive Chef Russ Wohlers, and Paul carried the first keg of Redhook into Ray’s and we’ve been… Read More >>