Easter Brunch & Dinner April 12 at Ray’s Boathouse & Cafe!

Spring is in the air at Seattle’s best seafood restaurant! Gather your friends and family for a beautiful, waterfront Easter brunch or dinner on Sunday, April 12, 2020 in the Boathouse and Café.

Reservations are highly recommended and available for groups up to 8 guests (including children and highchairs). Reserve in the Café or the Boathouse today!

Café
Brunch Buffet
Enjoy our Grand Holiday Brunch Buffet from 9am-2pm (last seating) featuring a Carving Station with House Smoked Wild SalmonRaw Bar with oysters on the half shell, breakfast dishes, appetizers, salads, sides, desserts and much more! $65 per guest for brunch, juice and sodas, and $32.50 for children 5-11 (prices exclude tax and gratuity).

Dinner
We will open for dinner at 4pm serving our regular menu until 7pm.

Bar
The Cafe Bar will have the same menu offerings and hours as above for brunch and dinner but is on a first come basis with no reservations taken.

Boathouse
Brunch
We are serving some of our best-selling appetizers, salads and Boathouse entrées along with a $35 holiday-inspired, 3-course brunch menu (beverages, tax and gratuity not included), from 10:30am-3pm.

Dinner
Spring-inspired 3-course menu with choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert for $65, alongside the Boathouse’s full dinner menu from 3-7pm.

Bar
The Boathouse Bar will have the same menu offerings and hours as above for brunch and dinner but is on a first come basis with no reservations taken.

Valentine’s Weekend at Ray’s Feb. 13-16!

Enjoy a gorgeous 3-course Valentine’s menu by Executive Chef Paul Duncan at Seattle’s best waterfront restaurant!  Menu is available in the Boathouse Thursday, February 13 to Sunday, February 16, 2020 from 5-9pm.

Let our sommeliers select the perfect bottle of wine or champagne to accompany dinner and make it a night to remember! 3-course menu is $65 per person excluding tax and gratuity, and our regular Boathouse menu is also available.

Boathouse reservations are strongly encouraged and can be made online today!

Ray’s Cafe will be offering Valentine’s specials alongside its regular menu.

Ray’s Cafe Valentine’s Menu Specials

Starter
Pan fried pacific oysters- Garlic aïoli, ikura, wakame salad $21

Entrées
RR Filet Mignon & 1/2 Dungeness Crab
Charred broccoli, whipped potato, demi-glace, butter emulsion $60
Northwest Cioppino
1/2 pound AK King crab cluster, Penn Cove mussels and clams, grilled baguette, spiced tomato broth $40
Blackened Mahi
kale pesto, hazelnuts, roasted grapes, caper-beurre blanc $37

Ray’s Boathouse Valentine’s 3-Course Menu

Starters
(Choose one)
Duck Liver Pate
Garlic toast, red grape-cashew relish, watercress salad
Poke Nacho
Shoyu marinated yellowfin, jalapeno, pickled onions, cilantro, sambal aïoli
Winter Chicory 
Castlefranco, endive, Washington apples, roasted cauliflower, sherry vinaigrette

Entrée
(Choose one)
Filet & Scallops
Applewood grilled filet of beef, porcini dusted scallops, delicata squash, charred broccoli, demi-glace
Cioppino with Gnocchi
Alaskan king crab knuckles, local clams and mussels, fin fish,
potato gnocchi in saffron-tomato broth
Mushroom Risotto
Arborio rice, Parmesan espuma, fresh herbs

Choice of Dessert
(Choose one)
Chocolate Decadence
Ganache glaze, coffee anglaise
Red Wine Velvet Cake
Cardamom buttercream, vanilla tuille

Photo by Jerome Tso

Ray’s Cafe Limited Summer Menu Aug. 1-15!

Ray’s Cafe is offering an exciting limited summer menu August 1-15!

Join us on our famous Cafe patio to enjoy the best views in Seattle while you sip on our house Bloody Mary with a Bering Sea King Crab Leg(!), and a fresh Dungeness Crab Roll!

Grab your sunnies and we’ll see you on the patio!!!

Ray’s Cafe August 1-15 Special Menu

The Deadliest Cocktail” Ray’s Bloody Mary with house infused spicy vodka, a giant Bering Sea King Crab Leg garnish and a spicy rim, $44

Dungeness Crab Roll fennel and green apple slaw, New England style hot dog roll, $24

House Smoked Salmon Salad local snap peas, frisee, green goddess dressing, $14

Washington Blueberry-Passion Fruit Parfait coconut panna cotta, passion fruit chai, local blueberries, $10

Avennia ‘Oliane’ Sauvignon Blanc, Yakima Valley, WA 2017 $16 glass/$62 bottle. Barrel fermented with native yeast, the aromas of lemon verbena, lemon oil and herbs emerge. The flavors are tart, racy and acid driven, with a long, drawn out finish. It’s elegant and subtle.

It’s time for Copper River Salmon & Oregon Pinot Noir!

With Copper River salmon season upon us our Wine Manager Chip Croteau has put together an incredible list of Oregon Pinot Noir to pair with it in the Boathouse and Cafe! The bright fruit flavors and acidity of Pinot Noir is the perfect complement to Copper River salmon. Ask your server for their recommendation and try something new and exciting from our wine-growing neighbors down south!

Angela Estate Pinot Noir
Yamhill-Carlton, OR 2013
15 gls / 58 btl
Ken Wright oversees production on these estate grown bottlings.  Smooth and supple, the fruit a mix of ripe raspberry, red plum and cherry jam, with a gentle touch of chocolate.  Seamless and delicious.

 

Beckham Estate Vineyard
Rosé of Pinot Noir
Chehalem Mountains, OR 2017
14 gls / 51 btl
A pale blush color, mouthwatering acidity and notes of apricots, honeydew and grapefruit are featured on this lovely estate grown Rosé named after the winemaker’s youngest daughter, Olivia.

 

Rex Hill Pinot Noir
Willamette Valley, OR 2015
16gls / 62 btl
Aromas of violets, iris, ripe raspberries, dark cherries and wild strawberries all emerge from the glass followed by more savory aromas of wood smoke, cured tobacco, earth, sandalwood and cinnamon.

 

Sozo Pinot Noir
Willamette Valley, OR 2014
15 gls / 58 btl
With fruit sourced from Lange winery, and a portion of the proceeds going towards WEC’s People for Puget Sound program, this wine exhibits intense and complex aromas of black cherry and cranberry with elegantly textured flavors of dark strawberry and pomegranate.

 

Evening Land Pinot Noir
Seven Springs Vineyard
Eola-Amity Hills, OR 2014
25 gls / 92 btl
30 year old vines planted in the iron-rich, volcanic Jory soils of the Eola-Amity Hills create this stunning wine flush with rich dark cherry, briary blackberry, raspberry and lush tones of rose and lilac.

 

Big Table Farm Pinot Noir
Willamette Valley, OR 2015
26 gls / 95 btl
This wine is very expressive of smoky espresso, cacao, oak-spiced raspberry and cherry aromas, along with hints of vanilla and cola. Sweet and penetrating on the palate, offering vibrant red berry and floral  flavors of hibiscus tea and rosewater that deepen as the wine opens up.