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Ray's Honored; Health Score App; Rathbun's NYE

Ray's on the River has been in business for 30 years.

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SANDY SPRINGS — In recognition Ray's on the River's 30th anniversary, owner Ray Schoenbaum recently received commendations from Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and Secretary of State Brian Kemp. "With restaurants continuously opening in Atlanta, it is an honor that we have remained a favorite for the last 30 years," said Schoenbaum. "The recognition given by the Governor and Secretary of State is the icing on the cake — it really means the world to us." [EaterWire]

DOH CHRONICLES — Need to know a restaurant's health score before making a dining decision? There's an app for that. What the Health is available on iOS and Android, and it shows recent health inspection scores for nearby bars and restaurants. For more information, visit the official website. [EaterWire]

INMAN PARK — New Year's Eve is still a few weeks away, but early planning is never a bad idea. Rathbun's is serving up a four-course prix fix meal for $85 per person. Entrees include options such as New York strip with jumbo lump verjus béarnaise, American red snapper with Thai Brussels nam pla, and duck breast with sweet potato gratin and chickory glaze. Call (404) 524-8280 for reservations. [EaterWire]

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