AMC and is launching “Mad Men Dining Week” in NYC from March 23-29 ahead of the premiere of the show’s final seven episodes on Sunday April 5 at 10pm.

The lunchtime promotion involves 34 restaurants, including 1960s-era spots like ’21’ Club, Barbetta, Brasserie and Delmonico’s, each offering a fixed-price, two-course 1960s-inspired meal for $19.69 (not including tax and tips).

“Whether New Yorkers and visitors want to dine like Don Draper, take a look at sets from the series, or walk down memory lane with the series creator and stars, we encourage New Yorkers and visitors to celebrate the final season in the city where it takes place,” said Fred Dixon, president and CEO of NYC & Company in a release. The tourism organization partnered with AMC for the promotion.

The goal is to offer fans a taste of how New Yorkers wined and dined during the Mad Men era. “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,” said AMC president Charlie Collier.

Diners can find the complete list of participating restaurants and book reservations now on the travel organization’s website.

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