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20 Best Athelete-Owned Restaurants


Copyright: The Daily Meal

December 22, 2011


Whether on the gridiron, hardwood, diamond, or ice, athletes raise our hopes, and in crucial moments, dash and fulfill our dreams. Some cement fame and glory by following through on guarantees. Others fall, get backpage bullied, and live accepting they never won a ring. Whatever their success in the record books, many gridiron heroes and ballpark messiahs have splashed their names on a dining establishment that also serves as a shrine to their athletic glory. But there's not necessarily a correlation between winning and ability to open a great restaurant....


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