Manini’s is proud to welcome its newest restaurant customer — Seattle-based Duke’s Chowder House. The iconic local seafood chain will offer Manini’s Gluten-free Rigatoni in a variety of dishes, as well as a gluten-free hamburger bun option with its grass-fed burger lineup.
The pairing is only natural, as the two businesses not only share their Pacific Northwestern roots, but also a mutual interest in the gluten-free food movement. When longtime Duke’s Chowder House owner and founder Duke Moscrip learned his daughter was gluten intolerant, he developed a gluten-free dining experience for her and other gluten-free guests to enjoy. In addition to offering Manini’s fresh pasta and bread products, Duke’s has upgraded its award-winning chowders with a gluten-free recipe. Manini’s is proud to join a menu that reflects a deep commitment to all-natural and fresh ingredients.
“This is an important addition to the PNW market,” Manini’s CEO Jerry Goldberg said of the new relationship. Manini’s all-natural, whole grain, GMO-free ancient grain products align well with Duke’s mission to serve only the highest quality dishes — from 100-percent sustainable seafood that has received the highest accolades from critics such as Fish2Fork and Smart Catch to hormone-free meats and preservative-free produce.
Beginning on September 21, gluten-free and health-conscious diners can request Manini’s products as a substitute to gluten-containing components of their favorite hamburgers and pasta plates. Visit any of Duke’s Chowder House’s six locations at Lake Union, Green Lake, Alki, Kent Station, Southcenter, and Tacoma, and make it Manini’s!