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  • July is Washington Blueberry Month! 07.01.20

     

    July is Washington Blueberry Month! Summer is in full bloom and plump Washington blueberries are ready to be eaten and picked! Pick up Washington-grown blueberries at your local grocery store or plan an upcoming visit to local U-Pick Farms when they open mid-July to hand-pick your own fresh blueberries. Don’t forget to check your u-pick’s website to confirm their opening date. For recipes, inspiration and a list of u-pick farms near you visit wablueberries.com.

     

    Did you know Washington is the number one producer of blueberries in the U.S.? Last year our state yielded approximately 160 million pounds! Washington has one of the longest harvest seasons in the world (five months) and blueberry plants in our state are also some of the world’s highest yielding, including our organic fields. Our local farmers are out there working hard all season!

     

    To select fresh blueberries while shopping, choose berries with a sweet, fruity scent. Size isn’t an indicator of maturity, but color is – berries should look deep blue! Refrigerate fresh blueberries when you get them home, either in their original package or in a covered bowl or container. Be sure to wash your blueberries before you start snacking!

     

    Fresh blueberries make a delicious and healthy snack! The phytochemicals found in blueberries are short-lived, so eat fresh blueberries within a few days of purchase or you can also freeze them. Be sure to look for signage citing Washington or locally-grown to support our local blueberry farmers!

     

    Blueberries are also so versatile for baking and cooking and can be used in salads, pies, cobblers, and more or as a breakfast topper on yogurt, oatmeal, and granola! What are you making with your Washington blueberries? Share your photos on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtag #wablueberries and tag @wablueberries!

     

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  • Memorial Day BBQ To-Go from Tilth 05.20.20

     

    Chef Maria Hines’ is making Memorial Day parties a breeze with Tilth’s Memorial Day BBQ To-Go!

     

    Choose between Applewood Smoked Brisket (gluten-free, dairy free) or St. Louis-Style Smoked Ribs (gluten-free, dairy free) for your entrée. Each entrée comes with all the fixings like sides of potato salad, pasta salad, vegetable skewers, and salted caramel budino for dessert!

     

    No backyard barbecue is complete without cocktails, so don’t forget to add an Old Fashioned Kit including a 375ml bottle of Maker’s Mark, cherries, and bitters.

     

    Each heat-at-home meal serves four. The meat entrées will be fully cooked and ready to reheat. The veggie skewers will be raw and ready to throw on the grill or in the oven.

     

    The Applewood Smoked Brisket meal is $110, and the St. Louis-Style Smoked Ribs meal is $140. Old Fashioned kit is an additional $35. View the full menu and pre-order at tilthtogo.com. Pick up at Tilth on Memorial Day Weekend, Friday, May 22 through Monday, May 25 from 1-7 p.m. Happy Memorial Day!!

     

     

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  • Mother’s Day To-Go From Local Restaurants 04.29.20

     

     

     

    With the stay-home-order in place for this year’s Mother’s Day celebrations, local restaurants are preparing Mother’s Day brunch and dinner to-go!

     

    Although gatherings may be smaller this year, there are a variety of ways to celebrate with the family at home whether it’s serving a delicious breakfast in bed, enjoying brunch together, or digging into a spring-inspired dinner! Plus, special add on gifts from local vendors are also available for pickup.

     

    Read on for the full details and reserve your meals and gifts for pick up now!

     

    Breakfast in Bed To-Go at Cafe Flora

    This year Cafe Flora is adapting their annual Mother’s Day Prix-Fixe menu to allow for curbside pickup so moms can stay home (and even stay in bed) for brunch on their special day.

     

    The prix-fixe menu will be fully prepared and packaged up so the food is easily transportable, including reheating instructions so guests can prepare a fresh brunch on Mother’s Day morning. The menu is $45 per adult and comes with fresh baked pastries (gluten-free pastries available), fresh fruit, an entrée and a dessert. Each are generously portioned for one person.

     

    Entrée options include Spring Asparagus Quiche, and Tamal con Nopales (vegan and gluten-free), a grilled corn tamale on a bed of pilaf, grilled cactus and covered in tomatillo sauce topped with fresh mango-jicama lime salsa.

     

    If guests are serving brunch for the whole family, kid’s menus are $20 per child and include entrée options such as French Toast Bread Pudding and Vegan Breakfast Platter (vegan and gluten-free) with scrambled tofu and a side of roasted potatoes. Each kid’s meal is served with fresh fruit and pastries (gluten-free pastries available).

     

    There’s also the option to add Bloody Mary and Mimosa Kits to complete the meal!

     

    Cafe flora has also partnered with some of their favorite makers, growers, and producers to offer special gifts for mom, like Fran’s Chocolates, flower bouquets from Alm Hill Gardens, specialty wines, and more. View full menu and order brunch and gifts online at cafeflora.com/mothersday. Pick up is available on Friday, May 8 from 2-6 p.m. or Saturday, May 9 from 10 a.m.-2p.m. at Cafe Flora. Cafe Flora is located at 2901 E Madison St in Madison Park.

     

    Spring-Inspired Mother’s Day Dinner To-Go from Tilth

    James Beard Award-winning chef Maria Hines’ brings a beautiful, organic Mother’s Day spread with a ready-to-reheat dinner to-go from Tilth, with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, too.

     

    The spring-inspired menu includes:

     

    Choice of appetizer:

    Asparagus Mushroom Tart

    Green Salad with Shaved Vegetables (gluten-free, vegan)

     

    Choice of entrée:

    Roasted Pork Loin with Fig and Port Gastrique (gluten-free, dairy-free)

    Oven Roasted Ling Cod with Garlic and Lemon (gluten-free, dairy-free) (+ $18)

    Vegetable Lasagna with Cauliflower and Mushroom Bolognese (vegetarian)

     

    Choice of side:

    Roasted Vegetables with Herbed Yogurt (gluten-free)

    Roasted Broccolini with Black Garlic and Poppy Seeds (gluten-free, vegan)

     

    Choice of dessert:

    Chocolate Torte with Marscapone (gluten-free)

    Carnaroli Rice Pudding with Strawberry Rhubarb Compote (gluten-free)

     

    Optional addon:

    Mont Marcal Brut Rosado (+ $35.00)

     

    Each meal feeds four people and is $175. Guests can order at tilthtogo.com and pick up at Tilth on Sunday, May 10 from 1-5 p.m. Each order includes reheating instructions. Tilth is located at 1411 N 45th St in Wallingford.

     

    Family Brunch To-Go from Cooks Tavern and Endolyne Joe’s

    Cooks Tavern in Tacoma and Endolyne Joe’s in West Seattle are gearing up for Mother’s Day with a special ‘Mama’s Day Brunch Kit’ for families of four and up, ready-to-reheat at home for Mother’s Day brunch!

     

    Guests will have the option to choose from Three Little Pigs Strata with ham, sausage, bacon and cheddar cheese or Spring Vegetable Strata with asparagus, bell pepper, cauliflower, and brie cheese, plus Cherry Crumble Coffee-Cake, Fruit Cocktail with melons, pineapple, and berries and cream cheese yogurt dip and a Mixed Green Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette. Guests can add a ‘Mom-osa’ Kit featuring a Bottle of Bubbles and Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice for an additional $25.

     

    Guests can order for pickup by calling Cooks Tavern at 253.327.1777 or Endolyne Joe’s at 206.937.5637. Orders must be placed by Friday, May 8 at 3 p.m. Each Brunch Kit is $60 plus tax and will include reheating instructions. Pickup on Saturday, May 9. Cooks Tavern is located at 3201 North 26th St in Tacoma. Endolyne Joe’s is located at 9261 45th Ave SW in West Seattle.

     

    Mother’s Day At-Home Cooking Inspiration from Washington Asparagus

    Nothing says spring like fresh Washington asparagus! This year locals are invited to treat mom to the flavors of spring with Washington Asparagus Recipes to enjoy at home. From quiches and scrambled eggs to a garnish for Bloody Marys, shaved in salads, roasted or grilled, there are a variety of ways to incorporate asparagus into the celebration!

     

    Recipes and inspiration can be found on the Washington Asparagus Pinterest page, plus cooking tips, storing techniques, how to pickle and more. Recipes from local Seattle chefs are available at waasparagus.com/recipes.

     

    Washington grown asparagus can be found in local grocery stores including Metropolitan Market, Safeway and PCC, and is often noted with signage, tags, or a rubber band around the bunch citing Washington grown.

     

    For more details on this year’s fresh crop, visit the Washington Asparagus Facebook and Instagram pages.

     

    Family-Style Sushi Platter To-Go from Shiro’s Sushi

    Shiro’s Sushi is offering a special Mother’s Day sushi menu, available to-go for at home celebrations!

     

    Their Family-Style Sushi Platter includes a variety of fresh nigiri including medium fatty tuna, tuna, sockeye salmon, salmon, albacore tuna, shrimp (boiled), sea eel, and zuke (marinated) salmon. It also includes six pieces of cucumber rolls, and six pieces of naga-imo rolls (Chinese yam with plum paste) and two signature Tamago egg omelets.

     

    Any mom who’s a sushi lover with appreciate this feast on her special day! To complete the meal, bottles of sake are also available for takeaway.

     

    Guests can pre-order by calling Shiro’s at 206.443.9844. Orders must be placed by Saturday, May 9. Pick up is at Shiro’s at 2401 2nd Ave in Belltown.

     

     

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  • Fresh Washington Asparagus is Now In Season! 04.16.20

     

     

    The Washington fresh asparagus season has arrived! Support our hard-working, local farmers and look for Washington asparagus while shopping online and in stores. Asparagus is often noted with signage, tags, or a rubber band around the bunch citing Washington grown. From skinny to jumbo to extra fancy, keep an eye out for this favorite springtime vegetable and #stalkup on fresh Washington asparagus from April to June!

     

    From roasting and grilling to quiches or soups, there are so many ways to incorporate asparagus into your meal planning! For recipe inspiration, cooking tips and more, visit the Washington Asparagus Pinterest page.

     

    Asparagus is labor intensive, accounting for 60 percent of the cost of asparagus. An asparagus farmer must harvest their asparagus fields every day of the season. Because the fragile spears rise from the earth in different places daily and are relatively fragile, each one must be individually hand-cut from the ground!

     

    Asparagus is known for making pee smell funny, but it can do so much more, like help you beat bloat and lose weight, thanks to its diuretic properties and high fiber content! It’s also packed with other nutrients like vitamins A, C, K, and B6. Asparagus is also a great source of vitamin E, which strengthens your immune system!

     

    When shopping for fresh Washington asparagus, choose odorless, green firm stalks with dry, compact to slightly open tips. Our state’s “Extra Fancy” fresh asparagus is a step above USDA standards, meaning tighter, more uniformly-packed stalks with superior quality! To store at home, wrap the ends of the stalks in a wet paper towel and place them inside a plastic bag or jar. Asparagus are thirsty and this method keeps them fresher longer! Get the best from anywhere across the country (and imports) by buying local!

     

    Share your photos, recipes and follow along on the Washington Asparagus Facebook and Instagram.

     

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  • Easter & Passover Meals To-Go from Local Restaurants 04.03.20

     

     

     

    Easter and Passover are coming up soon, and while celebrations may be a little smaller this year, the sentiment and family time are just as important. Both Tilth and Eden Hill Provisions make the holidays easier for home celebrations with holiday meals to-go. Read on for the full details and place your order for pick up today!

     

    Seder Plate and Seder Dinner To-Go from Eden Hill Provisions
    Passover begins on Wednesday, April 8 and Eden Hill Provisions is offering all the fixings for the Seder Plate plus Seder Dinner, available to-go.

     

    The newest team member of Eden Hill Provisions, Chef David Glass, has assembled a beautiful and symbolic to-go box of each item for the Passover Seder plate, including Egg, Herb Salad with Saltwater, Charoset, Horseradish, Matzah, and Lamb Bone, plus a Box of Matzah.

     

    The full Seder Dinner includes Smoked Black Cod Gefilte Fish with Pickled Carrot, Shmaltzah Ball Soup with Dill, Braised and Glazed Brisket, Roasted Leg of Lamb, Roasted Root Veggies, Mashed Potatoes and Matzah Kugel, along with a Flourless Chocolate Cake and Matzah Brittle for dessert. The meal is complete with a bottle of wine and a bouquet of flowers.

     

    The Seder plate with Seder dinner to-go is $250. View the full menu here. Dinner feeds four people. Please note this meal is not Kosher. It will not contain shellfish, pork, or flour in observance of Passover. Dietary restrictions and substitutions politely declined.

     

    Boxes will be available for pick-up on Wednesday, April 8 at 4 p.m. or can be delivered for an additional $10 on Wednesday, April 8 before 4 p.m. Orders will be taken until Monday, April 6 at 4 p.m. For more information and to order visit edenhillprovisions.com or call 206.946.6636.

     

    Easter Brunch To-Go from Eden Hill Provisions
    Chef Maximillian Petty of Eden Hill Provisions will take care of Easter brunch on Sunday, April 12 in the form of his Easter Brunch Box To-Go. Each Easter brunch box is designed to feed a party of four and includes Quiche Lorraine, Snap Pea Salad, Cinnamon Rolls, Breakfast Potatoes, Lavender Lamb Ham, Yogurt and Granola, a Mimosa Kit including a bottle of bubbles with assorted juices, and a beautiful bouquet of flowers.

     

    Each Easter brunch box to-go for four people, priced at $120 with the option to add on a Bloody Mary Kit including mix and a bottle of vodka ($50), 25 Plastic Eggs Pre-Filled with Candy ($25), and a Dozen Hard-Boiled Eggs with Dye ($15). View the full menu here.

     

    Vegetarian option available, all other substitutions and allergies politely declined.

     

    Boxes will be made available for pick-up on Sunday, April 12 at 9 a.m. or available for delivery on Sunday, April 12 by 8 a.m. Orders will be accepted until Friday, April 10 at 9 a.m. For more information and to order visit edenhillprovisions.com or call 206.946.6636.

     

    Easter Dinner To-Go from Tilth
    Easter Sunday is April 12 and Chef Maria Hines is offering family-style meals for four people, available for pickup at Tilth and ready to reheat at home. There will be a regular and vegan menu available with gluten-free options, too.

     

    The menu includes English Pea Salad, Olsen Farms Boneless Ham, Roasted Sockeye Salmon, Whole Roasted Cauliflower, a variety of sides including Scalloped Potatoes, Roasted Asparagus, Fresh Dinner Rolls and more, plus desserts such as Orange Carrot Cake, Strawberry Shortcake and more.

     

    View the full Easter menu and place your order at tilthtogo.com. Orders must be in by Tuesday, April 7. Pick-up times on Easter Sunday are from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Tilth. Tilth will only be offering the prix-fixe, family-style dinner and will not be offering a-la-carte menu items on Easter Sunday.

     

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  • Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Seattle Restaurants 02.06.20

     

     

    Seattle chefs are gearing up for romance this February with indulgent feasts and special menus! Reserve now for February 14 and throughout the Valentine’s Day weekend to treat your one-and-only to exquisite pre-fixe menus, local seafood specials, decadent desserts, wine pairings and weekend-long celebrations. Read on for the full details and make your reservations today!

     

    Adana

    Diners can treat their Valentine to Adana’s decadent seven-course menu, available only on Friday, February 14! Chef Shota Nakajima has created an incredible menu that will delight the senses with ingredients selected just for that evening including Local Oysters, Dungeness Crab, Spot Prawns, Uni, Duck, Truffles and of course chocolate. The option to add Foie Gras and Caviar will make the evening even more memorable…and beverage pairings will complement the courses perfectly.

     

    Menu

    Amuse: Oyster & Daikon

    1st Smoked Celeriac & Dungeness Crab

    2nd Chicken Liver Mousse & Kinako Cracker

    3rd Beets & Octo

    4th Spot Prawn & Uni

    Intermezzo: Strawberry Yuzu Sorbet

    5th Duck & Pomegranate

    6th Buckwheat Gnocchi & Truffle

    7th Chocolate Pot De Creme, Koji Caramel

    To go: Macarons

     

    Optional Additions: Caviar $10, foie gras $10, beverage pairings $50.

     

    Seven-course dinner is $130 per person. Reservations are required. Guests can reserve online at exploretok.com/adana. Adana is located at 1449 E Pine Street in Capitol Hill.

     

    Ray’s Boathouse

    Shilshole Bay and the Olympic Mountains make the perfect backdrop for a romantic night out. This Valentine’s weekend Ray’s Boathouse invites couples to take in the spectacular views as they indulge in a delicious three-course menu with choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert.

     

    Diners will choose from dishes such as Duck Liver Pate, Applewood Grilled Filet of Beef with Porcini Dusted Scallops, Cioppino with Gnocchi, Red Wine Velvet Cake and more! Ray’s expert sommeliers will help guests select the perfect bottle of wine or champagne to accompany dinner and make it a night to remember.

     

    The three-course menu is $65 per person excluding tax and gratuity and is available Thursday, February 13 to Sunday, February 16, alongside their regular Boathouse menu. Reservations are strongly encouraged for the Boathouse and are available from 5-9 p.m. The bar will also be serving the three-course menu on a first come basis. View the full menu online here and reserve at rays.com/boathouse. Ray’s Boathouse is located at 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Ray’s Cafe

    Located upstairs from Ray’s Boathouse, the casual waterfront restaurant and bar, Ray’s Café, will offer special la carte menu items throughout the Valentine’s weekend alongside its regular menu of local seafood. Guests can begin their evening with Pan Fried Pacific Oysters and then choose from entrees like RR Filet Mignon and Half Dungeness Crab, Northwest Cioppino, and Blackened Mahi.

     

    View the full menu online here  and to reserve visit rays.com/café. Ray’s Cafe is located at 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Tilth

    Chef Maria Hines’ restaurant, Tilth, offers an intimate and romantic setting for Valentine’s weekend. Lovers will enjoy a four-course pre-fixe menu with the option to choose exceptional dishes under each course, available February 14-15. Guests can select from items such as Allium-Pear Soup with Rogue River Blue Cheese Mousse, Kumamoto Oysters with champagne mignonette and pink peppercorn, Steelhead Trout with tapioca “caviar” and fennel pollen cream, Cauliflower Risotto with gruyere and hazelnut, Braised Lamb Shank alongside polenta and root vegetables, and more.

     

    The night is not complete without dessert! Diners will have the choice of decadent Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake with cocoa chantilly, Espresso Cashew Cheesecake with cranberry agrodolce and cocoa nibs, or Lemon Olive Oil Cake with Herbes De Provence ice cream.

     

    The four-course dinner is $100 excluding tax and gratuity, with the option to add wine pairings for $50 or opt for a bottle of Valentine’s bubbles for $75 per bottle. Reservations are available February 14-15 at 5:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m., and 9:30 p.m. For more information and to reserve call 206.633.0801 or visit tilthrestaurant.com. Tilth is located at 1411 N 45th Street in Wallingford.

     

    Ba Bar

    All three Ba Bar locations will offer Macarons To-Go this Valentine’s Day from February 8-15. Guests can pick up these tempting desserts in a box of six. They are a perfect accompaniment to a romantic home-cooked dinner or make great gifts for family, friends and coworkers.

     

    Macarons are available in packs of six of assorted flavors. Each box of six is $11.70 plus tax. For more information visit babarseattle.com. Ba Bar is located at 550 12th Ave in Capitol Hill, 500 Terry Ave N in South Lake Union and 2685 N 45th Street in University Village.

     

    Shiro’s Sushi

    Shiro’s Sushi is celebrating the most romantic night of the year with a special seven-course menu for two featuring a variety of fresh fish and savory dishes. The indulgent Japanese menu includes:

     

    Ice Bowl: Chef’s selection sashimi

    Sushi Prelude: Salmon trio

    Sushi Hassun: Two kinds of chef’s petit plate

    Soup: Local clam soup

    Broiled: Black Cod Saikyo Yaki

    Nigiri: Chef’s selection of seven kinds of seasonal nigiri sushi

    Roll: Seafood Futomaki (thick roll)

     

    The special menu includes a glass of Rose d’Or (Crémant de Bordeaux Brut Rosé N.V.) for a memorable toast, and a special dessert for two will be served a la carte.

     

    The seven-course menu is $95 per person and is available February 14 from 5:30-10:30 p.m. Reservations can be made online at shiros.com or by calling 206.443.9844. Shiro’s Sushi is located at 2401 2nd Ave in Belltown.

     

    wa’z

    This Valentine’s Day brings a special menu to wa’z. The February kaiseki menu includes beautiful dishes such as Sesame Tofu, fresh Sashimi featuring Monkfish Liver and Flounder, Miyazaki Wagyu Beef Tartare, Braised Bluefin Tuna, and many more, plus Mitarashi Skewered Mochi for dessert.

     

    Diners have the option to add wine to complement their meal with specially selected wines just for the month of February. Wines include Noria Wines, a unique Japanese wine only available at wa’z in Washington State, a Sauvignon Blanc, and a Pinot Noir from Michael Valentine Vineyard. Guests are invited to make a reservation for this limited menu on February 14 and throughout the Valentine’s weekend.

     

    The Valentine’s kaiseki menu starts at $110 per person. Reservations are available February 14-16 from 5-10 p.m. Guests can reserve at wazseattle.com. wa’z is located at 411 Cedar Street in Belltown.

     

    Bamboo Sushi

    The recently opened Bamboo Sushi invites diners for a sustainable and delicious omakase experience at their highly sought-after sushi counter, perfect for an intimate dinner for two. Guests can cozy up next to each other while knowing that their dinner is sound for the oceans and the environment, entrusting Bamboo Sushi’s expert sushi chefs to create a unique and extraordinary menu of sustainably sourced sushi on this special evening. A variety of house cocktails, regional wines, Japanese whisky and sakes are available to top off the experience.

     

    Omakase ranges in price from $59-$119. Reservations are available throughout the Valentine’s weekend from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Guests can reserve online at bamboosushi.com or by calling 206.556.3449. Bamboo Sushi is located 2675 NE University Lane in University Village.

     

    Eden Hill Restaurant

    Chef Maximillian Petty of Eden Hill Restaurant is gearing up for a weekend of romance with a seven-course tasting menu. Diners can pamper their partner with seven-courses of Chef Petty’s innovative Avant-Garde cuisine crafted exclusively for Valentine’s Day. Noted as one of the best tasting menus in Seattle, the intimate, low lit dining room has earned Eden Hill Restaurant a reputation as a “house of romance.”

     

    The Valentine’s menu will be offered February 14-16 from 5-11 p.m. Dinner is $160 per person (plus service and tax) with the option to add sommelier-selected wine pairings for $150 per person. Guests can reserve tickets at exploretok.com/edenhillrestaurant. Eden Hill is located at 2209 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle.

     

    Eden Hill Provisions

    Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the whole family at Eden Hill Provisions, where guests can dive into a modern-American menu for brunch or dinner on Valentine’s weekend. Dinner brings Eden Hill Waldorf Salad with dehydrated grapes and walnut maple verjus; Curried Pear and Parsnip Soup with grilled peanut oil, wild onion fritter; or Parisian Gnocchi with aged pecorino, kale, creme fraiche, lemon, hazelnuts, and more.

     

    For Valentine’s weekend brunch, families will enjoy French Toast Dips with sea buckthorn and lemon curd, whipped butter; Pancake with caramelized banana and peanut butter meringue; Molasses Shoulder Bacon with Fried Chicken and Buttermilk Waffle, malted blueberry syrup, and lemon chile butter; Dungeness Crab Benedict with sauce choron and fall tomato jam; and Duck Confit Hash with duck fat potatoes, Parisian gnocchi, and a sunny side up egg, and more.

     

    For a casual Valentine’s celebration at home, couples can order Chef Petty’s signature Burgers and Fries To-Go featuring the “Big Max” Cheeseburger with dry aged chuck, cured pork fat, caramelized onions, secret sauce, smoked gouda, on a challah bun, served with Shoestring Fries and can pick up a bottle of wine in the Eden Hill Provisions market to complete the meal.

     

    Guests can reserve their table for Valentine’s Day weekend or order online at edenhillprovisions.com. Eden Hill Provisions is located at 1935 Queen Anne Ave N. in Queen Anne.

     

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  • Ray’s Cafe Limited Summer Menu Aug. 1-15! 08.01.19

     

    Ray’s Cafe in Ballard is spicing up their menu with some limited summer specials available from August 1-15! Grab a spot on their Cafe patio to enjoy the best views in Seattle while you sip on the “The Deadliest Cocktail” featuring Ray’s Bloody Mary with house-infused spicy vodka, a giant Bering Sea King Crab Leg garnish and a spicy rim! Guests can also indulge in a Dungeness Crab Roll with fennel and green apple slaw on New England style hot dog roll, House Smoked Salmon Salad with local snap peas, frisee, green goddess dressing, and for dessert a Washington Blueberry-Passion Fruit Parfait with decadent coconut panna cotta, passion fruit chai, and local blueberries.

     

    Add a Washington Wine pairing! Avennia ‘Oliane’ 2017 Sauvignon Blanc from the Yakima Valley pairs perfectly with Ray’s summer menu! Enjoy it by the glass or bottle. This delicious chilled white wine is 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.

     

    Grab your sunglasses and relax on the patio! Cheers!

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  • Summer has Arrived at Seattle Restaurants! 06.07.19

     
     

    Seattle restaurants are ushering in summer with local seafood dishes, sangria on the patio, wine specials, and more! Grab a seat outside to soak in the Seattle sunshine while enjoying gorgeous Northwest views. Make reservations for your summer dining today!

    That’s not all, Washington blueberries will be back in season soon so get ready to add fresh Washington blueberries to your summer picnics and recipes, and look for them on restaurant menus!

     

    Summer sangria and Italian cannoli at Agrodolce

    Agrodolce is gearing up for summer with ice cold sips of Sicilian Sangria and a celebration of Cannoli Day!

    Agrodolce’s Red Sangria offers flavors of blood orange, white peach and lime, complete with sangiovese, orange liquor and a prosecco float! Those looking for a less citrus taste can opt for White Sangria with fresh cucumber, limoncello, green grapes, lemon and basil with Sicilian white wine and a prosecco float!

     

    Priced at just $5 during happy hour, lunch and weekend brunch through summer. The special sangrias will also be available during the Fremont Summer Solstice parade Saturday, June 22 for weekend brunch 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and an extended happy hour from 2-6:30 p.m.

     

    On Sunday, June 16 Agrodolce will celebrate National Cannoli Day with a variety of house-made Italian cannoli available that day and on the dessert menu throughout June. Guests can indulge in these sweet Italian treats in several flavors, including Theo’s Chocolate Cocoa Nibs, Candied Orange, Toasted Pistachio, Candied Lemon and more. Price for each cannoli will be $6.

     

    Reservations can be made at agrodolcefremont.com or by calling 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located at 709 N 35th St., Seattle.

     

    Chilled rosé specials at Ray’s Boathouse

    Sip on chilled rosé this summer at Ray’s Boathouse! Choose from a variety of featured rosés hand-selected by Ray’s Wine Director, Chip Croteau. Options include Tranche ‘Pink Pape’ Rosé from Black Rock Estate Vineyard, Delille Cellars Rosé from Columbia Valley & more by the glass or bottle. Pair it with fresh Northwest Oysters or a delicious Chef’s Selection of Local Cheeses as you take in the gorgeous Northwest summer sunset from the Boathouse dining room or patio. Cheers to summer!

     

    Ray’s Boathouse summer hours are Sunday-Thursday 4:30-9 p.m. and Friday-Saturday 4:30-10 p.m.  Reserve your table today at Rays.com/Boathouse. Ray’s Boathouse is located at 6029 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Summer seafood dishes at Ray’s Café

    With summer comes new dishes! Grab a seat on the patio this summer at Ray’s Café and enjoy sweeping views of the Puget Sound as you indulge in local seafood dishes from Ray’s new summer menu! Dishes include Dungeness Crab Cakes with Uli’s chorizo, parsley-fennel salad and saffron-herb yogurt, Grilled Wild Alaskan Coho Salmon with heirloom tomatoes, Washington asparagus, zucchini noodles, and a fresh herb salad, Pan-Seared Sea Scallops with squid ink spaghetti, Dungeness crab, white wine, garlic chili and herbed bread crumbs, Dungeness Crab Toast with pickled shallot, garlic aioli, fresh herbs on a baguette, and much more!

     

    Ray’s Café The Café is open Sunday-Thursday 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. and Friday-Saturday 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Reserve your spot today at Rays.com/café. Ray’s Café is located at 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Rosé flights on Tilth’s lush patio

    Tilth is ushering in summer with special wine offers including chilled rosé flights and 50% off bottled wines (less than $100) every Tuesday in June and July!

     

    Sip rosé on the patio all summer long with a rotation of three 3oz. pours of rosé (one bubbly) for $12! The first flight includes rosés such as Graham Beck Brut Rosé, NV, Robertson, ZA, Domaine de Rimauresq, ‘R,’ Rosé, Rhone Blend, 2017 Provence, FR, and La Spinetta, Rosé, Sangiovese Blend, 2017, Toscana, IT.

     

    For June’s Pride Month, Tilth will donate $1 from each rosé flight during the month of June to Camp Ten Trees to help support local LGBTQ+ youth.

     

    Wine drinkers can also rejoice every Tuesday in June and July with 50% off bottled wines (less than $100). View the full wine list here.

     

    Reservations can be made by visiting Tilthrestaurant.com or by calling 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th St, Seattle.

     

    Fresh Washington Blueberries abound this summer

    Summer brings a bounty of fresh Washington blueberries each year! By the third week of June, Eastern Washington blueberry farmers anticipate harvesting, followed by Western Washington’s blueberry harvest the first week of July.

     

    Blueberries are one of the most versatile ingredients in your kitchen! Washington blueberries can be used to make delicious homemade lemonade, smoothies, and baked goods or can be added to oatmeal, pancakes, fresh summer salads, cocktails, and more!

    Get your hands on these delicious berries this summer! For recipes, ideas, and inspiration visit pinterest.com/wablueberries or wablueberries.com.

     

    To find Washington fresh blueberries, check for identifying tags or signage in the produce sections and at farmers markets, or visit a local u-pick farm beginning in mid-July.

     

     

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  • Celebrate Mother’s Day at Local Restaurants this Sunday! 05.08.19

     

    Local restaurants are gearing up to celebrate mom this Mother’s Day Sunday, May 12 with brunch buffets, mimosas, waterfront dinners, organic dishes and more! Or if mom prefers to relax at home this Sunday treat her to a home-cooked meal with fresh Washington asparagus recipes. Read below for all the details and make your reservations today!

     

    Mother’s Day on the Water at Ray’s Boathouse & Cafe

    Ray’s Boathouse will be offering a beautiful spring-inspired Mother’s Day brunch menu along with some of their best-selling appetizers, salads and Boathouse entrées from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sunday, May 12. For dinner, the Boathouse will be open at 3 p.m. with their regular menu served until 9 p.m. The Boathouse Bar will have the same menu offerings and hours for brunch and dinner but is on a first come basis with no reservations taken. Reservations are highly encouraged and are available for groups of up to eight people (including children and highchairs). Guests can reserve at Rays.com/boathouse.

     

    Or celebrate mom with a fresh seafood dinner at Ray’s Café! Enjoy dishes like Mediterranean mussels, oysters on the half shell, and Dungeness Crab Cakes while you sip on wine and take in gorgeous water and mountain views. Don’t forget dessert! Treat mom to one of Ray’s decadent housemade desserts to finish the evening right. Ray’s Cafe will be open for dinner from 4-9 p.m. Reserve at Rays.com/café.

     

    Ray’s Boathouse & Cafe is located at 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Mother’s Day Italian-Style Brunch at Agrodolce

    The casual and cozy Southern Italian trattoria, Agrodolce, will offer a three-course Mother’s Day menu from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. that will feature fresh pasta and brunch classics with an Italian twist.

     

    Chef-Owner Thomas Litrenta has pulled out all the stops to create beautiful dishes with options including Spring Onion Benedict with grilled spring onions, poached egg, arugula hollandaise, and crispy prosciutto; Black Pepper Bucatini with pecorino; Sweet Waffle with house-made gianduja, cherry compote, sweet whipped cream, and more. For dessert, guests can indulge in Pavlova with seasonal berries, and marsala whip cream, or Hazelnut Cake with house made gianduja, powdered sugar, and more.

     

    Three-course brunch is $38 per person. Reservations can be made at agrodolcefremont.com or by calling 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located at 709 N 35th St., Seattle

     

    Three-Course Spring Brunch with Organic Ingredients at Tilth

    Celebrate Mother’s Day with fresh organic dishes at Tilth. James Beard award-winning chef Maria Hines alongside executive chef Joel Panlilio will be serving up a three-course prix fixe menu for Mother’s Day brunch from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

     

    Guests can dig into spring dishes such as Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon, poached eggs, and greens, Spring Quiche with asparagus and cheddar cheese, Sourdough French Toast with rhubarb and trufflebert hazelnuts, Tiramisu Waffle, and more. A special Cherry-Tarragon Mimosa will also be available for additional purchase.

     

    Brunch is $30 per person. Reservations are recommended and can be made by visiting Tilthrestaurant.com or by calling 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th St, Seattle.

     

    Family-Friendly French Brunch at RN74

    RN74 is opening their doors on Sunday, May 12 for a special French Mother’s Day brunch buffet from 9:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.

     

    Usually only open in the evenings, Chef Shawn Applin has created a gorgeous French-inspired buffet featuring a selection of fresh hors d’oeuvres and salads such as Yogurt Parfait with mixed berries and house-made granola, Warm Beignets, and Salade D’Asperges. For the main course, guests can look forward to live stations with made-to-order French Omelets, French Toast, and more!

     

    Diners can also indulge in delicious French rotisserie showcasing Roasted Leg of Lamb and Roast Chicken. Classic brunch cocktails will also be available with highlights including Mimosas, RN74 Bloody or Caribbean Cold Brew with Ron Zapca rum, vanilla and ancho reyes whip cream.

     

    Brunch is $60 for adults and $30 for children ages 5-12. Price excludes tax, gratuity and beverages. Reservations can be made by visiting michaelmina.net or by calling 206.456-7474. RN74 is located at 1433 4th Ave in downtown Seattle.

     

    Japanese Mother’s Day Specials at Junkichi

    Capitol Hill’s Japanese Robata-style Izakaya restaurant, Junkichi, brings an irresistible Mother’s Day lunch and dinner special.

     

    Junkichi offers an inviting space for small parties and group dining that the whole family will savor. The special Mother’s Day menu features Spicy Tuna on Crispy Rice, Baked Crab Sushi Rolls and the Toban Assortment consisting of Chicken wings, the signature Junkichi Tsukune (meat ball), and Sizzling Mushrooms. Guests can top off the meal with a special Peach and Grapefruit Mimosa available for additional purchase.

     

    Mother’s Day special is $25 per person and available from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and 5:30-9 p.m.. Reservations can be made by visiting junkichiusa.com or by calling 206.712.7565. Junkichi is located at 224 Broadway East in Seattle’s Capitol Hill.

     

    Mother’s Day cooking inspiration from Washington Fresh Asparagus

    Celebrate mom this Mother’s Day with a home-cooked meal! Cooking in season is easy this spring with an abundance of Washington’s fresh grown asparagus. Use it as a starter in the Grilled Washington Asparagus with Garlic Yogurt and Charred Zhoug recipe from Chef Tori Mann at Lola, as a delicious side dish such as Halibut with Washington Asparagus, from Chef Ethan Stowell or grab a bunch of asparagus from the market for Grilled Washington Asparagus with Wok Fried Egg and Sauvignon Blanc Sabayon from Executive Chef Paul Duncan at Ray’s Boathouse. Find these recipes and more at waasparagus.com.

     

    Washington grown asparagus can be found in local grocery stores including Metropolitan Market, Safeway and New Seasons often noted with signage, tags, or a rubber band around the asparagus bunch citing Washington grown.

     

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  • Celebrate the Holidays at Seattle area Restaurants! 12.05.18

     

    This December local restaurants are offering holiday menus and festive events! Read on to learn more about Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dining, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day dining, plus seasonal events, champagne toasts and more. Enjoy the holiday season and make your reservations for these great events and festive feasts today!

     

    DECEMBER EVENTS

     

    Holiday Champagne Fete at RN74 Dec. 1-31, Tasting Dec. 8

    Holiday-goers are invited to pop the cork at RN74 all month long with a list of unique champagnes offered by the glass and as flights. On Saturday, December 8, 1:30-3:30 p.m., guests will sample some of the restaurant’s best champagnes from their recently expanded cellar, as well as special bottles brought in for the holidays. Guests will enjoy hors d’oeuvres, a flight of unique top champagnes, and champagne-focused discussion with RN74’s award-winning sommelier Jeff Lindsay-Thorsen and Paul Swanson.

     

    The holiday festivities kick off December 1 with eight champagnes available nightly by the glass and as flights (four glass flights and an eight-glass flight) during dinner service for the full month, including New Year’s Eve. The champagnes are hand selected by the restaurant’s sommelier team, focusing on bottles that are not often available by the glass, allowing for tasting rare bubbles.

     

    Champagne highlights include:

    – Louis Roederer Cristal 2008

    – Bruno Paillard Nec Plus Ultra 1999

    – Charles Heidsieck Blanc des Millénaires 1999

    – Marc Hebrart Special Club 2012

     

    Champagne Fete on December 8 is $95 per person. Reservations for December 8 are extremely limited and required. For more information and to reserve for dinner or for December 8 call 206.456.7474 or visit michaelmina.net. RN74 is located in downtown Seattle at 1433 4th Ave in downtown Seattle.

     

    Ray’s Café Gingerbread House Decorating Party and Drive Dec. 9

    Locals are invited to join Ray’s Café on Sunday, December 9 for an all-ages Gingerbread House Decorating event and drive benefitting Mary’s Place to help local families in need.

     

    The $12 price includes the gingerbread house building kit and supplies including icing and festive candy plus complimentary hot chocolate. Each guest does not need to purchase a kit to participate, they can be shared within a party.

     

    The event will take place on the Café’s heated and covered patio and participants should dress warm. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

     

    Reservations are required, and two time slots are available: 11:30 a.m. or 1:45 p.m. Guests can call 206.789.3770 to reserve.

     

    Ray’s is asking participants to bring twin blankets and/or baby formula to the event. These are two high-needs items at Mary’s Place that will make a huge difference in the lives of struggling families.

     

    For more information visit the Ray’s blog. Ray’s Café is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    The Holly and the Ivy at The Herbfarm

    The Herbfarm invites guests to join in the merriment of the season with a beautiful nine-course dinner with wine pairings hand selected from their 26,000-bottle cellar. The fire will crackle, and the dining room will be dressed from head to toe in festive décor.

     

    Dinner ranges from $225-$285 per person depending on the date and will be served from November 30-December 23 with date exclusions. Reservations are required. For more information on available dates and times, and to reserve call 425.485.5300 or visit theherbfarm.com. The Herbfarm is located at 14590 NE 145th St in Woodinville.

     

    Nine-Course Holiday Dinner at Shiro’s Sushi Dec 21-24

    Diners who are looking for something outside the traditional holiday offerings are invited to partake in a special nine-course holiday sushi dinner prepared by the experienced sushi chefs at Shiro’s Sushi from December 21-24.

     

    Menu highlights include:

    – Filefish Sashimi, fish liver and ponzu

    – Sea Chicken Salad, sesame soy dressing

    – Hokkaido Scallop Hand Roll

    – Wild Yellowtail, boiled Japanese daikon radish with Sukiyaki Style

    – Chef’s Selection Nigiri Sushi

     

    Shiro’s Sushi is offering its nine-course holiday dinner December 21-24 for $100 per person with reservations available 5:30-10:30 p.m. Reservations are required and must be made by December 20. Any reservations cancelled within 72-hours will result in a $50 fee per person. For more information and to reserve call 206.443.9844 or visit shiros.com. Shiro’s Sushi is located at 2401 2nd Ave in Belltown.

     

    CHRISTMAS EVE DINING

     

    Three-Course Christmas Eve Dinner at Ray’s Boathouse

    Ray’s Boathouse will be open on Christmas Eve from 2-8 p.m. and will be serving a special holiday-inspired three-course menu including salad, entrée, and dessert for $60. The regular dinner menu will also be available and includes dishes such as Alaskan King Crab Legs, Dungeness Crab Toast, Sablefish, delicious house-made desserts and more.

     

    The Boathouse and the bar will be open from 2-8 p.m. on Christmas Eve. Reservations for the dining room are strongly encouraged. Reservations available at 206.789.3770 or rays.com/boathouse. Ray’s Boathouse is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Seafood Favorites at Ray’s Café

    Ray’s Café is offering its regular lunch and dinner menu on Christmas Eve from 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Menu items include Dungeness Crab Cakes, Seared Sea Scallops, Clam Chowder and much more. The full children’s menu will also be available.

     

    Ray’s Café dining room and bar will be open 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. on Christmas Eve. Reservations strongly encouraged. For more information or to reserve call 206.789.3770 or rays.com/cafe. Ray’s Boathouse is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Four-Course Local, Organic Dinner at Tilth

    James Beard award-winning Chef Maria Hines and Tilth Executive Chef Joel Panlilio bring a delicious four-course dinner with organic emphasis to the holiday table this Christmas Eve.

     

    Menu highlights include:

    – Celery Root Soup, truffle cream, apple crisp

    – Squash Cannelloni, king crab, brown butter, pine nut

    – Roasted Oregon Lamb Loin, turnip, black garlic, rosemary powder

    – Brioche Pudding, pecan, bourbon anglaise

     

    Christmas Eve hours are 4:30-8:30 p.m. Tilth’s four-course dinner is $110 per person with the option to add wine pairings for an additional $55. Reservations are required. For more information and to reserve call 206.633.0801 or visit tilthrestaurant.com. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th St.

     

    Three-Course French Feast at RN74

    RN74 brings a French-inspired feast to Christmas Eve dinner this holiday season. Guests will enjoy a three-course menu with choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert with the option to add wine pairings from the restaurant’s award-winning cellar to complement each decadent course.

     

    Menu highlights include:

    – Winter Chestnut Velouté, foie gras, Yakima apple, sage, brown sugar streusel

    – Roasted Prime Rib, pommes duchess, port wine au jus, creamed spinach

    – Pot au feu de la Mer, lobster, prawns, truffle brioche, sea beans, sunchoke, asparagus

    – Mouse au Chocolat, crème Chantilly, cocoa nib, crème de cacao

     

    Three-course Christmas Eve dinner is $80 per person (excluding tax and service charge) and includes choice of one appetizer, entrée, and dessert. Option to add wine pairings for $45 or premier wine pairings for $65. Reservations available 4:30-9 p.m. on Christmas Eve. For more information or to reserve call 206.456.7474 or visit michaelmina.net. RN74 is located downtown at 1433 4th Ave in downtown Seattle.

     

    CHRISTMAS DAY DINING

     

    Three-Course Christmas Day Dinner at Ray’s Boathouse

    Ray’s Boathouse is offering a delicious seasonally-inspired three-course menu on Christmas Day. The meal includes soup or salad, choice of entrée, and dessert for $60 per person (beverages, tax, and gratuity not included). Guests will enjoy sweeping views of the Puget Sound as they feast on this festive menu. The Boathouse bar will be open with the three-course menu available, no reservations taken.

     

    Ray’s Boathouse reservations are available from 2-8 p.m. on Tuesday, December 25. Reservations strongly encouraged. For more information or to reserve call 206.789.3770 rays.com/boathouse. Ray’s Boathouse is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Ray’s Café’s Greatest Hits

    On Christmas Day Ray’s Café will be serving the greatest hits from the Café menu along with seasonally inspired a la carte specials. Guests will enjoy local seafood, festive décor, and gorgeous waterfront views.

     

    Café reservations are available from 12-8 p.m. on Tuesday, December 25. For more information or to reserve call 206.782.0094 or rays.com/cafe. Ray’s Café is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    NEW YEAR’S EVE DINING

     

    The Moon and The Stars at The Herbfarm

    The holiday season reaches a peak with ‘The Moon and The Stars’ at The Herbfarm. Luxurious foods will be showcased alongside fine wines from the 26,000-bottle cellar in a festive end-of-the-year setting! Diners will welcome in the new year with an extravagant dinner celebration at the Northwest’s original farm-to-table restaurant.

     

    Price varies $245-$395 per person depending on the date and will be available December 28-31. Reservations are required. For more information on available dates and times, and to reserve call 425.485.5300 or visit theherbfarm.com. The Herbfarm is located at 14590 NE 145th St in Woodinville.

     

    New Year’s Eve Surf and Turf at Ray’s Boathouse

    Ray’s Boathouse is serving a festive menu featuring surf and turf specials served alongside the Boathouse menu this New Year’s Eve. The Boathouse will also be offering a selection of sparkling wines by the glass or bottle to cheers to the new year.

     

    Ray’s Boathouse reservations are available on New Year’s Eve 5-9 p.m. For more information or to reserve call 206.789.3770 or rays.com/boathouse. Ray’s Boathouse is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    New Year’s Eve Festive Specials at Ray’s Café

    Diners are invited to bid farewell to 2018 and welcome 2019 with a New Year’s Eve dinner menu including surf and turf specials served at Ray’s Café, alongside the regular Café menu.

    Café reservations are available on New Year’s Eve 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. For more information or to reserve call 206.789.3770 or rays.com/cafe. Ray’s Café is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Four-Course New Year’s Eve Dinner at Tilth

    This New Year’s Eve Tilth brings an elegant four-course pre-fixe menu full of local and organic ingredients. James Beard award-winning Chef Maria Hines and Executive Chef Joel Panlilio invite guests to usher in the New Year at Tilth.

     

    Menu highlights include:

    – Baby Root Vegetables

    – Duck Liver Mousse

    – Smoked Heirloom Bean Cassoulet

    – Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake

     

    New Year’s Eve hours are 5-10 p.m. Tilth’s four-course dinner is $110 per person with the option to add wine pairings for an additional $55. Reservations are required. For more information and to reserve call 206.633.0801 or visit tilthrestaurant.com. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th St.

     

    New Year’s Eve at RN74

    Holiday diners can ring in 2019 at RN74 with an elegant five-course French-influenced tasting menu this New Year’s Eve. Guests will delight in the festive menu with the option to enhance dinner with two different wine pairings.

     

    Menu highlights include:

    – Mishima Ranch Wagyu Beef Tartare, truffled egg yolk, capers, crispy shallot, baguette crostini

    – Tian of Alaskan King Crab and Avocado, sugar pie pumpkin granola, ancient grains, pickled radish, jalapeno schug

    – Maine Lobster Agnolotti, sunchoke, black trumpet mushrooms, lemon-basil beuree fonduta

    – Maple Leaf Farms Duck Breast, salt-roasted celeriac, heirloom beets, sauce l’orange

    – Chocolate Charlotte Royale, passion fruit, caramel ganache, chiffon crumble, brown butter meringue

     

    RN74 is taking reservations 5-10 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. Five-course tasting menu is $120 per person with the Grande wine pairing for $79 or sparkling wine pairing for $99. For more information and to reserve call 206.456.7474 or visit michaelmina.net. RN74 is located in downtown Seattle at 1433 4th Ave.

     

    NEW YEAR’S DAY DINING

     

    Celebratory New Year’s Day Dinner at Ray’s Boathouse

    Guests can enjoy a celebratory New Year’s dinner with a spectacular waterfront view at Ray’s Boathouse. Dishes include House-Smoked Sablefish, Pan-Seared Halibut, Alaskan King Crab Legs, Filet Mignon and more. The Boathouse also offers a selection of sparkling wines to toast to 2019.

     

    Ray’s Boathouse reservations are available on New Year’s Day from 5-9 p.m. For more information or to reserve call 206.789.3770 or rays.com/boathouse. Ray’s Boathouse is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

    Rest and Refuel at Ray’s Café

    Locals can recover from all the New Year’s Eve festivities with Ray’s Café’s famous Bloody Mary alongside a variety of house-made cocktails and local draft beers. While the comfort of Clam Chowder, Fish and Chips, Dungeness Crab Cakes, Ray’s Classic Burger and more will nurse the hangover away.

     

    Ray’s Café is open New Year’s Day from 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. For more information or to reserve call 206.789.3770 or rays.com/cafe. Ray’s Café is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard.

     

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