Ray's in the City
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Ray's in the City Restaurant Review: Instead of the Chattahoochee River, which laps past flagship Ray's on the River, Ray's in the City looks out onto the ebb and flow of Peachtree Street. Depending on the table you choose, you can feel a part of the urban environment, or take a seat at the sushi/oyster bar, or settle into a corner of the sophisticated space and just chill. Fresh seafood may be grilled, broiled or blackened, and served with a selection of fish-friendly sauces. Insist that your fish be cooked to the desired doneness, as occasionally the kitchen will slip up, and produce well-done tuna steaks when medium is called for. Chicken and steaks also are available for any non-fin fanciers. For dessert, target the Key lime pie, packed into a toasted macadamia nut and coconut graham cracker crust. The wine list has been enhanced and offers greater depth and breadth than it once did. Heavy in white wines, as becomes a seafood restaurant, it also offers a good number of Pinot Noir, including a few Burgundies, and numerous dessert wines. Happy hour from 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday at the bar only offers half-priced appetizers and specialty drinks.