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Ray's Boathouse

6049 Seaview Ave. NW
Seattle, WA 98107
206-789-3770
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Cuisine: Northwest / Seafood
Sprawling sunsets framing the Olympics and big bay views attract locals and tourists alike to this Northwest-themed favorite.
Openings: Ray's Boathouse: Dinner nightly; Ray’s Café: Lunch & Dinner daily
Ray's Boathouse, Seattle, WA


Ray's Boathouse Restaurant Review:


Ray's architecture and windows are designed to maximize the sunset, in much the same way the menu is designed to maximize the Pacific Northwest's regional bounty. The creations take a classic direction with the seafood choices carefully sourced from local and global markets. Begin with Ray’s hearty Pacific Northwest chowder, then perhaps order the Olympic Duo of apple wood-grilled wild Alaska king salmon with kalamata olive salsa fresca, or choose Chianti-braised Painted Hills short ribs with potato gratin, spaghetti squash and king oyster mushrooms. Desserts offer sophisticated options such as a salted caramel tart and orange crème brûlée. A full bar with a deep wine list, plus a more casual café on the upper level (its balcony is perfect for catching afternoon rays), offer guests a range of dining and drinking possibilities.

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