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Justin Tuck
"I love the great food in New York. There are hundreds of restaurants that you can go to and get whatever food you want; it's always available in New York."

Justin Tuck’s New York

Justin Tuck is a New York Giants star defensive end. He's been with the team since being drafted in 2005 from the University of Notre Dame

What do you love about New York?

1. I love going on to Knicks games. Oh, I’m a huge Knicks fan. I’m a huge basketball fan. Madison Square Garden is an iconic place that even growing up in Alabama—you know how important that place is for the landscape of New Yorkers? So that’s one of the reasons why I love it.

2. I love the great food in New York. There are hundreds of restaurants that you can go to and get whatever food you want; it’s always available in New York. … I’m a steak guy so I love Del Frisco’s. I love the atmosphere, I love the people; honestly, I love the food. They really know how to make an atmosphere and make a great steak.

3. And I love going on staycations with my wife. We’ll take a weekend in New York City where we’ll just get away from the family for a couple of days. We’ll go to a Broadway show and eat dinner out and just try to act like we’re regular people. We walk around the city at night. I might wear a hat or something, where people can’t necessarily recognize who I am. We just try to have some kind of normalcy.

 

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