Rays on the River Scott Hemmerly Ray's on the River

Ray's on the River Awards

Offering one of the city’s most notable restaurant views, Ray's on the River rides the banks of the Chattahoochee River.
Openings: Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.

Features

Ray's on the River, Sandy Springs, GA


Ray's on the River Restaurant Review:



About the restaurant: Sitting on the banks of Atlanta's iconic Chattahoochee River, Ray's on the River captures wide-span views of the riverscape, while inside, the restaurant's multiple levels seem to give it a stage-like presence.

Food & Drinks: Many fish choices change seasonally, but you can count on Georgia trout and grouper to be listed regularly. One may also encounter ginger-soy tuna paired with bok choy and shiitake mushroom jus. And don't forget to visit during salmon season. For carnivores, Ray's offers prime rib and hand-cut steaks, such as a New York strip or Delmonico, served with Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, and we've enjoyed the lamb chops, too. The cauliflower gratin is a first-rate side dish, but the creamed spinach swims in cream instead of being incorporated with it. End your meal with the Key lime pie or Praline Basket. The wine list captures a widespread collection, with heavy emphasis on California Chardonnay among whites, but more than a few French whites relieve the tedium. There are also a number of big spender business-account wines, such as Silver Oak, Beringer Reserve, Far Niente and Opus One. Live jazz plays at dinner most nights.

Delilah Los Angeles & Miami
A $100 Cocktail: Is it worth it? | GAYOT.com

Discover why Delilah Los Angeles & Miami called one of their cocktails the "Millionaire Martini." Read the article.