Celebrate the 2015 Copper River Salmon Season at Ray’s

May 15, 2015

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Starting Friday, May 15th and just in time for the 2015 Copper River salmon season, Ray’s Boathouse & Café will be offering a selection of Pinot and Copper River salmon pairings.

 

The offers will run May 15-June 15, 2015. This year’s Copper River run is slated to begin on Friday, May 15th.

 

Ray’s seafood restaurant in Seattle has a rich history with Copper River salmon. In 1983 Jon Rowley brought the first Copper River to Ray’s Boathouse to serve to guests, prior to this it was typically canned and shipped to Asia. It was an instant favorite and has become a coveted seasonal delicacy ever since.

 

Boathouse Specials:

20 pinots by the glass via Ray’s Coravin wine system, including – Domaine Drouhin, Shea Wine Cellars, Domaine Serene, Beaux Frères.

 

Café Specials:

Featured wine pairings by the glass and bottle, including – Pinots and big, rich chardonnays, that compliment the fat bellied flavor of the Copper River salmon, as well as King and Coho.

 

Both Venues Will Offer the Following:

 

Copper River Sockeye – Seared  crispy skin, cauliflower puree butter radish and Chioggia beets, oregano pesto.

Copper River King Salmon – Grilled, watercress, super sweet cherry tomatoes, sherry – carrot vinaigrette.

 

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