Restaurants along Super Bowl Boulevard looking for super-sized sales numbers

Some restaurant owners are hoping to cash in for the Super Bowl.

Some restaurant owners are hoping to cash in for the Super Bowl. (1/31/14)

MANHATTAN - Restaurant owners along Super Bowl Boulevard are hoping the big game comes with some big sales revenue.

At Brooklyn USA Diner on 43rd Street and Broadway, patrons can get their hands on such delights as piled pastrami to a 15-bite hotdog. The diner is turning out American fare fit for football fans that have traveled a long way to support their teams at MetLife Stadium.

Employees at Brooklyn USA say the Broncos fans seem to favor the burger while Seattle fans have been ordering salads. They say there are some serious fans in Times Square.

From fans to tourists, everyone seems to want a taste of New York.

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