Who said athletes cannot dine at restaurants?
Often people think that just because he or she is an athlete they would probably eat at junk food outlets. This is not true.
There’s another cliche that goes around, athletes probably wouldn’t dine at restaurants because who knows the kind of oil they use? What if they have cholesterol problems afterward?
You see, athletes are people too and they love to dine at fine restaurants too. Who doesn’t love a night of work with a beloved away from the everyday boring routine at a restaurant? Athletes love to dine which is why there are many athletes who own restaurants and many restaurants out there which serve food for athletes like SPiN Chicago.
It serves food for ping pong players and allows you to burn your calories too. Yes, they have ping pong tables lined up too, both indoor and outdoor Table. Players can play inside the restaurant or outside the restaurant.This restaurant uses Killerspin RTG Diamond TC Premium Table Tennis Racket for paddles and they got one SmartPong Table Tennis Robot for customer who will go alone in the restaurant. The height of love for food, many athletes decided simply eating and burping wasn’t enough, they should have restaurants. Restaurants owned by Athletes Elway’s Elway’s by the legendary John Elway. John Elway is worshiped, after earning a victory at the second bowl in 1999 he retired for good and opened up a restaurant. This alone tells exactly how foody athletes are.
Just like his athletic career, his restaurant to has been successful. He loves food as much as sports, no less, and so much that he happens to be the co-owner of three more restaurants. One in Ritz, one in Vail and one in Denver. The Kingfish Cafe During the Seattle SuperSonics in the 1990’s, the ex-point guard, Gary Payton of NBA became the co-owner of this restaurant. Apart from the awesome food the menu has some fun names for the dishes even the desserts like red velvet cake. Only the name can make your mouth water.
Short’s Burgers and Shine After kicking goals for Miami Dolphins and San Diego Chargers Nate decided to open a restaurant in his hometown Iowa City. If you ever go to Iowa City do make a stay at Short’s Burger and Shine and order a Popejoy burger for yourself along with a capicola and muffuletta sauce. You wouldn’t regret. Vince Young Steakhouse Yes, the king of University of Texas’ football team, The Vince Young of Austin, Texas owns this place. The steak here is beautiful and yummy.
So, if you’re looking for good steak give this place a visit. Even though he now plays at NBL he opened up a restaurant in his hometown with a menu all about beef. Bubba’s Q After his retirement from football, Al Bubba along with his wife Sabrina decided to open a catering business with southern style BBQ cuisine, that goes by the name Bubba’s Q. They have ever since been the best and have been listed in Silver Spoon awards as well.
Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine This amazing wine and dine is owned by Clyde Frazier of New York city opened at the far west. There’s half basketball court too for fun and menus items like blackened salmon in vanilla bourbon butter and wild mushrooms. Bet your mouth is watering.