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We then shared a mixed green salad ($8.50), which contained sweet candied pecans, crunchy green apple and fresh goat cheese on a bed of mixed greens dressed with a light vinaigrette. The sweet of the pecans and apple played well against the creamy cheese and bite of the vinegar. Finally we shared the "Rachel" sandwich ($8.50), a take off on the classic reuben, substituting thinly shaved lean pastrami, Swiss cheese and crunchy housemade coleslaw with Russian dressing, served hot on marbled rye bread. It was a true deli sized sandwich, almost more than you can get your mouth around. But we managed to finish every last delicious bite.

Schuepbach and Austin started this community restaurant as a way to have their family all work together. In the meantime, they have made friends and connections, and have found that they now act as a sort of host for locals and other businesses to promote each other. Austin's hope is that anyone who comes to Ray's will feel "like you've come to our living room."

(Contact Lynn Haggerty King at argus@arguscourier.com)