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Ray's at Killer Creek Restaurant Review: A natural setting embraces this 10,000-square-foot beauty of a building that often is the scene of weddings. Flora and fauna of protected suburban wetlands fill a frame of generous windows overlooking the nature-rich vista. The interior holds intriguing modern art, some of it derived from found objects. Start with cold-water oysters and stone crab claws in season, or consider the chunky gumbo. A raft of tempting steaks and seafood, fresh and simply grilled with a choice of complementary sauces or lemon, anchor the mains. At lunch, hearty sandwiches prevail, although there's a special $12 lunch menu that should get your attention. For dessert, check out the Key lime pie or the cheesecake flavor of the day. The wine list concentrates on high-recognition name-brand California wines, but there are some surprises here and there and a few French, Italian and Spanish labels. Come for happy hour from 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday at the bar and Sunday 5 p.m.-9 p.m. when half-priced appetizers are offered.