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Super Bowl Saturday

And Super Bowl Friday night. And Super Bowl Sunday brunch. Some 80 die-hard New Yorkers offer firm tips for what visitors absolutely must do with their weekend. Locals, prick up your ears, too.

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If you happen to be among the approximately 400,000 out-of-towners swooping into the city for the Super Bowl this weekend … well, you have a lot of ground to cover. But the story isn’t all that different if you already live here: Overscheduled New Yorkers tend to be just as booked up between Friday and Sunday, squeezing every precious moment of free time to a FOMO-proof pulp. Not surprisingly, then, when we asked dozens of well-known New Yorkers to walk us through their dream weekend itinerary, they came back to us with an embarrassment of suggestions—from Harvey Weinstein’s go-to spot for a lazy Sunday tagliolini lunch to Zoe Kazan’s favorite zoo to David Copperfield’s secret ­vintage-clothing source. No doubt, New Yorkers hold their weekends sacred. Just ask Joan Rivers: “I work in L.A.,” she says, “but every Friday night I’m on the red-eye home, because I need that weekend in New York.”


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