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Duke’s Logo Evolves Once Again
Throughout our years, Duke’s evolved to meet not only the growing needs of our customers, but our growth as a restaurant as well. We are proud of our evolution as any restaurant that remains stagnant, does not survive. This year, we are continuing in this tradition with a new logo and name adjustment to Duke’s Seafood. Oh, but don’t worry; we are still Duke’s and we still have the best chowder in the city! For our loyal customers, this trip down memory lane will bring back happy times with friends and family at all of the variety of Duke restaurants since our first Bar & Grill. We hope you like our new look. We believe it reflects the premium quality of our ingredients with an eye to the future, and still has a little fun.No posts found.
I went to college to become a doctor but along the way, the business world pulled me away leading to me became a stock broker instead. I loved taking my clients to lunch and fell in love with restaurants. I was so dazzled that I decided to open one myself. On opening night, what started…Read More
Food is not the only attraction at Duke’s Seafood & Chowder. John Moscrip, co-owner and COO of Duke’s, understands that and seeks our dynamic and exclusive ways to spice up his beverage program. While 15-25 percent of the dinner menu items sold are limited time offers (which is actually well above national average), the beverage…Read More
Duke’s Seafood & Chowder has come a long way since its humble and carefree beginnings in 1976 when Duke Moscrip broke away from his partnership in Ray’s Boathouse to start the original Duke’s Bar & Grill at 1st Ave. West and Thomas on Queen Anne, just two blocks from the Seattle Center. The first Duke’s…Read More