Get to Know Long Live the Kings

January 8, 2024

Did you know Ray’s has partnered with local salmon non-profit Long Live the Kings for nearly seven years? It’s an incredible cause and one that we look forward to supporting every year.

This small but mighty team has been working hard since 1986 to ensure our local salmon and steelhead populations grow and thrive for future generations.

They combine innovative field work, pioneering science, broad partnerships, andsophisticated new management tools to help decision-makers advance salmon recovery while balancing the needs of fish and people.

At Ray’s we do our best to make sure that our seafood comes from good people, good communities and is sustainably sourced. To achieve that we continue to evolve and listen to experts like Jacques White and the LLTK team about how we can help amplify their message and support their efforts for the future of Northwest salmon.

Learn more about their efforts, then keep an eye out here for how you can support them throughout the year at their events or during fundraisers like Survive the Sound and GiveBig!

Boathouse Reopens Saturday, Feb. 17!

We’re thrilled to reopen our first-floor Boathouse on Saturday, February 17 at 5pm! Book a post-Valentine’s date or a night out at Seattle’s best seafood restaurant and join us back here for your favorite Ray’s dishes like Wild PNW King Salmon, Applewood Grilled Sake Kasu, Dungeness Crab Cakes, salads, steak, pasta, dessert and so much more! Don’t …

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