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Gingerbread House Decorating Party at Ray’s Cafe Dec. 10!

Graham Cracker House

Gather the family and join us at Ray’s Café for a DIY holiday Gingerbread House Decorating Party on Sunday, December 10 at 12pm! This event is all ages and includes graham crackers and decorating supplies for each guest to build-their-own gingerbread house. Festivities will take place on Ray’s winterized Café patio, completely enclosed and heated. Food and drinks are available… Read More >>

Announcing our Guest Favorite Menu Nov. 15-21

Ray's Salmon w:Onion Marmalade

Drumroll please! After sorting through your emails, tweets, comments and survey answers, we are pleased to present our Guest Favorite Menu! This 3-course menu showcases your all-time favorite Ray’s appetizer, entrees and dessert from our 44-year history. This limited-time menu will be offered a la carte in the Boathouse and Cafe from Wednesday, November 15 until Tuesday, November… Read More >>

Celebrate Christmas at Ray’s Dec. 24 & 25!

Ray's Snow Scene Edited

Experience our snow-capped mountain views and fresh, local seafood this Christmas! Join us in the Boathouse or Cafe on Christmas Eve, Sunday, December 24 and Christmas Day, Monday, December 25. The Boathouse will feature a holiday-inspired three-course menu with choice of salad, entree and seasonal dessert for $60, as well as its regular dinner menu, on both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day from 2… Read More >>

Sold Out – Thanksgiving 2017

Ray's Fresh Seafood Buffet

We are currently sold out for Thanksgiving 2017 in the Boathouse and Cafe. We apologize if we were not able to accommodate your reservations this year but please join us for Christmas Eve and Day in either venue!  

Win Dinner for a Year at Ray’s Nov. 1-21!

Ray's Fire Boat Cropped

This November, as we look forward to 2018 and turning 45, we want to pause for a moment to celebrate the past, present and future of Ray’s, with you our beloved guests. From November 1-21 enjoy three weeks of special menus that throwback to memorable moments and eras in our history. It will conclude with… Read More >>

Reeling in the years at Ray’s by Russ Wohlers

Russ Wohlers

Ray’s started with the small kernel of an idea that salmon and other fish could be broiled just like a steak on a beach bonfire grill, after reeling it into the boat from a good day of fishing. Then came halibut, lingcod, sable fish, oysters, mussels and clams. Excellent seafood that could be cooked in… Read More >>

People Magazine Names Ray’s Most Popular Restaurant in WA!

People Food Most Popoular Restaurant in WA 2017_10.7.17

We are so honored to receive the Most Popular Restaurant in Washington from People Magazine’s “Favorite Restaurants in Every State” 2017 and in Zagat’s “50 States 50 Favorite Restaurants” 2017 article! Thank you to our amazing guests for your continued support!

Ray’s 4th Annual Pumpkin Carving Party is Oct. 21!

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It’s officially the start of pumpkin season, which means it’s almost time for Ray’s fourth annual pumpkin carving party! All ages are invited to show-off their pumpkin carving skills on Saturday, October 21 on our Cafe deck, rain or shine. We’ve winterized our deck to make it nice and cozy for the fall festivities! We… Read More >>

Fresh Fish Series: Last of season Copper River Coho at Ray’s

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The summer fresh season is winding down for this year’s Fresh Fish Series, but we’re going out with a bang! Our friends in Alaska, Mike and Nelly Hand of Drifters Fish will be setting nets on the Copper River Delta searching for the last of this year’s salmon species to swim up the river, and be delivered to… Read More >>

Sip & Savor Oregon Pinot Noir this Fall at Ray’s!

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Welcome to Fall at Ray’s! As the seasons start to change, we find ourselves at Ray’s looking for wines and flavors that capture this unique time of year. And nothing encapsulates the change of season quite like pinot noir. The bright fruit flavors and acidity of pinot noir pair perfectly with a variety of seafood,… Read More >>