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Channel Your Inner Don Draper on a New 'Mad Men' Tour of NYC

May 22, 2014 at 10:01 AM | by | ()

Sidewalk Food Tours is recently launched a Mad Men Tour that brings fans to New York's advertising landmarks as well as some of SC&P's favorite bars.

Mad Men is filmed in L.A. but many of the bars, hotels, and offices referenced on the show were, and in most cases still are, NYC landmarks.

There are two versions of the tour available, a two-hour daytime excursion along Madison Avenue with just one 60s style drink stop and the more popular nighttime tour that includes three of the show's favorite watering holes.

Grand Central's Oyster Bar (where Don and Roger once spent a boozy afternoon), The Roosevelt Hotel (another favorite drinking spot on the show), and The New York Palace Hotel (located at 455 Madison Avenue which is also the address of the first Sterling Cooper office) are all part of the tour.

They also encourage fans to dress the part in "a full-skirted frock or three-piece suit" so they can have the full Mad Men experience while they sip on a Manhattan or a Tom Collins, or both.

The day tours take place every Monday and Wednesday and cost $59 per person. The night tours leave from midtown Manhattan every Thursday and Friday night and are $150.

Tickets can be purchased at zerve.com.

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