Savor The Vibrant Flavors of The Ray

by Kasey Caminiti | May 5, 2022 7:03 am

The Ray[1], a 141-room tropical luxury hotel[2] just two blocks off Atlantic Avenue in the heart of the funky Pineapple Grove Arts District, is a modern oasis that flawlessly blends chic design with sustainability. Delray Beach–based Menin Development[3] opened the LEED Silver-certified hotel as a way to reinvigorate the area, and its two new eateries are no exception. “We have a unique opportunity to create memorable experiences for the city in a variety of ways,” says CEO and founder Craig Menin. “Our community is growing with such speed and diversity,” says Menin. “Delray Beach is going through a development renaissance. That said, we want to retain the character of our beach town[4] that attracted us to live, work and develop here.”

The Ray in Delray Beach

Ember Grill celebrates classic American cuisine and adds a sustainable twist with local ingredients. Designed by Studio Munge, the open kitchen, modern dining room and plush terrace at Ember offer visitors a chic tropical atmosphere for dinner, drinks or light bites.

The dining room at Ember Grill

Studio Munge also brought their talents to Rosewater Rooftop to create a stunning panoramic eatery. Spanning 22,000 square feet, the indoor/outdoor space showcases a pool, pergolas and lush tree canopies for shade. Rosewater offers a robust food menu to take you from a day by the pool to a romantic date night serving up local snapper ceviche and inventive sushi.

The bar at Rosewater Rooftop

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