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Mad Men Season 7

Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC

Have you ever watched Mad Men and wished you could experience life in 1960s New York? Well, now you can! 

In celebration of the show's final season, the Big Apple is rolling out a farewell experience to fit the illustrious Don Draper. In addition to events like exhibitions and screenings (yawn), the city will be holding the first-ever Mad Men Dining Week at the end of the month.

But we should be clear; this doesn't mean New Yorkers will be subsisting on only the olives from their dirty martinis for nutrients. Rather, a host of Mad Men-esque restaurants will be throwing together 1960s-inspired meals. And, these dishes will be offered at the cheekily cheap price of $19.69, to boot. 

The big event will feature special events at 34 different restaurants, including spots like 21 Club, Le Cirque and P.J. Clarke's, that surely would have been Draper favorites. Diners will be able to choose from two-course prix-fixe menus, or go full-on Don Draper and just order two drinks. Of course, this is assuming that fans can hold their liquor a little better than ol' Donny.

Head here to make yourself a reservation ASAP (may we recommend using the alias Sterling Cooper?). Or if you can't make it to NYC for the big event, simply recreate the special evening at home by getting drunk at your office. Three cheers for Don Draper!