We just returned from dinner at Ray's on the River. Although the restaurant wasn't full, our party of 6 was seated in a too-small booth. We ordered an appetizer and then our dinner. And then the wait began. We waited, and then waited some more. Our waiter came by to tell us the food was coming up soon. And then we waited. The manager came to tell us the food would be up soon, apologized for the wait, and said that they would serve us desert on the house (which they did). My husband and I had seafood platters, at a price of $32 each. The seafood was average, certainly not worth the price. We don't think we got a good value at all for the money, and won't be returning. We wouldn't recommend Ray's on the River.