Ray’s Partners With L’Ecole Winery – Wine Dinner Oct. 18

10641107_10152347276716247_7821736345317024106_nRay’s Boathouse welcomes you to celebrate our new partnership with L’Ecole Winery! Join us in the Boathouse on Saturday, October 18 at 6:30pm for a 5-course Winemaker’s Dinner hosted by L’Ecole N° 41 winemaker Marty Clubb.

Chef Paul Duncan will be pairing some of Ray’s classic dishes (menu below) with an amazing lineup of wines from L’Ecole N° 41. Reservations for this special Boathouse event are very limited and are required by phone (206-789-3770). Each guest will receive a bottle of our new partnership Chardonnay autographed by Marty.

Saturday October 18

6:30 pm
$85 per person (not including tax and gratuity)
Reservations required (call 206-789-3770)
Complimentary valet parking


Can’t join us for dinner? No problem! Join Marty in the Café upstairs between 5-6pm on Saturday, October 18 for a sample tasting of our new Chardonnay. Come early and enjoy our Café happy hour menu available between 4-6pm.

Dinner Menu

Passed Appetizers
Penn Cove Mussels – Half shell, caper relish
Smoked King Salmon – Tarragon-mustard aioli
2013 Estate Luminesce, Seven Hills Vineyard, Walla Walla Valley, WA
First Course
California Sand Dab  – Saffron aioli, lemon, chicory
2013 Partnership Chardonnay, Columbia Valley, WA
Second Course
Harissa Braised Pork Shoulder – Bosc pear-baby arugula salad
2011 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley, WA
Double R Ranch Cowboy Steak – Bone in rib eye, Gruyère-potato gratin, creamed kale, sweet cherry demi
2011 Estate Ferguson, Ferguson Vineyard, Walla Walla Valley, WA
Bleu Duroux – South-Central France, cow’s milk
2011 Merlot, Columbia Valley, WA


Ray’s Boathouse and L’Ecole N° 41 are recognized leaders in their respective fields and share an unquenchable enthusiasm and passion for creating world class food and wine experiences for their customers.  For 40 years, Ray’s has led the charge to introduce distinctive Pacific NW regional cuisine to America while L’Ecole helped lead the way to establish Washington State as a highly respected international wine producing region.

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