To Do Sunday: Catch the Game

Joe Montana. (Photo via Getty Images)

Joe Montana. (Photo via Getty Images)

Happy Super Bowl Sunday! If you’re not watching the big game with friends, why not do so along with football legends and Super Bowl Champions Joe Montana, Dwight Clark, Howard Cross and Sean Landeta at “The Catch” Game Day Experience?Confirmed guests include NFL players Antonio Cromartie and Antwan Barnes of the New York Jets, Justin Tucker, Chykie Brown and Lardarius Webb of the Baltimore Ravens and Peyton Hillis of the New York Giants. Yes, tickets are pricey (they support nonprofit Autism Speaks), but you’ll be treated to entrees by chef Mina Newman and a premium open bar.

Edison Ballroom, 240 West 47th Street, 212-201-7650, 4 p.m.-midnight, $300

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