NYC continues to celebrate the end of the iconic TV series Mad Men with a Mad Men Dining Week featuring $19.69 lunches at top restaurants, including 1960s era spots where Don Draper, Roger Sterling and the rest of the crew might have eaten.
Eat and drink like it’s 1969 during Mad Men Dining Week, March 23-29, just ahead of the show’s final seven episodes on AMC on Sunday April 5 at 10pm.
34 NYC restaurants are participating, including such 1960s-era spots as ’21′ Club, Barbetta, Brasserie and Delmonico’s. Each participating restaurant is offering a fixed-price, two-course 1960s-inspired meal for $19.69, plus drinks, tax and tips.
Or, you could opt instead for a liquid lunch of two cocktails for the same $19.69.
See the list of 34 participating restaurants and their menus, and book your Mad Men lunch here, at the taxpayer-funded company that markets New York City tourism worldwide. You can make a reservation there, or via Open Table.
Click here for Mad Men museum exhibits and other events celebrating the series based on the men and women of Madison Avenue when the street was home to the world’s top advertising agencies.