#RaysRewind: Our Family Tree

April 18, 2017

Ray's Family Tree v4

Ray’s Boathouse & Cafe has a rich and broad history in the local culinary and beverage scene. We’ve had so many incredible employees walk through our doors over the last 40+ years and it’s humbling to look at how far our roots stretch. So many people have started at Ray’s and gone on to build amazing businesses, found local events or represent exciting brands that we all know and love.

To bring this to life in a visual way we created the Ray’s Family Tree above with many of these awesome Ray’s Alumni included! But we know there are more we may be missing. Help us fill in the gaps by including names of past Ray’s team members and what they went on to do in the comments section below. Or share on social media and use #RaysRewind.

Then, we’ll add them to our family tree and keep growing!

Your Ray’s Team

We’re Back! March 3 Reopening

Ray’s Café will open for dine-in service at 25% capacity and for takeout service on Wednesday, March 3! The deck will also be open, so join us on a walk-in basis for the views you’ve missed and the food you crave. We’ll be waiting for you with such classics as our Seared (Oregon) Albacore Cobb Salad, the Blackened Neah Bay Rockfish Sandwich, our quintessential Grilled Wild …

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