‘Mad Men’ Dining Week Will Give New Yorkers The Chance To Eat And Drink Like Don Draper

With the final episodes of Mad Men right around the corner, AMC and New York & Company have partnered for a nostalgic week-long culinary event called “Mad Men Dining Week.” According to AMC, over 30 New York restaurants will be participating from March 23-29.

“Dialogue about Mad Men has revolved around so many different topics from design and fashion to food and drink, to name just a few. So, on the heels of announcing several upcoming events focusing on the cultural impact of this series, AMC is thrilled to share this very special moment in television history by bringing Mad Men Dining Week to the fans,” said Charlie Collier, AMC president. “The men and women of Madison Avenue inspired Matthew Weiner’s story and we couldn’t imagine a better way to celebrate than by eating, drinking and raising a glass together in their honor.”

Fitting with the Mad Men era, lunchtime menus will cost $19.69 (excluding gratuities and taxes). Diners will be given the option of a two-course set menu (an appetizer and entrée or entrée and dessert) or two cocktails, all inspired by popular 1960s cuisine. A full list of participating restaurants can be found at NYCGo, which will begin taking reservations next week.

(H/t: AMC TV / NYC Go)