Ray Bourque has already cemented his spot among the Bruins greats after playing 21 years for Boston, but now the five-time Norris Trophy winner is giving back to his city in a different, more delicious, kind of way.

The B’s legend is the co-owner of Tresca, an Italian restaurant located in the North End, and not surprisingly, it was his hockey days that inspired him to venture into the restaurant business. Recalling plenty of road trips and meals out with his teammates, Bourque noted that it always came back to Italian food, and eating all of that pasta before games led him to what he’s doing now.

Check out the above video to learn more about Bourque’s restaurant.