credit: rays.com”Oyster Bill” Whitbeck from Taylor Shellfish, Ian Jefferds from Penn Cove

credit: rays.com”Oyster Bill” Whitbeck from Taylor Shellfish, Ian Jefferds from Penn Cove Shellfish, and Lisa Bishop from Little Skookum Shellfish Growers host an informative sustainable eating dinner at Ray’s Boathouse. Part of the restaurant’s year-long series, celebrating it’s 37th birthday, this meal will feature a preponderance of shellfish, beginning with an app of three kinds of oysters (including the rare local Samish Flat, a local version of the Belon-style, flat, European oyster. Mussels come next, served with Alaskan ling cod and fresh peas, followed by Manila clams with Sablefish and bacon. Dessert is a Meyer lemon tart. Tonight: Thursday, March 4, 6-8 p.m. Sustainable Story #3: Puget Sound ShellfishRay’s Boathouse Dining Room, 6049 Seaview Avenue N.W., 789-3770 ext. 3. $65 (drinks, tax, and tip are extra). Call for reservations.


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