‘Mad Men’ invades NYC for series finale

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"There are over 33 costumes in the exhibition, we're really excited to have them, and all the props and the other things that were seen on screen," said curator, Barbara Miller.

Separately from the exhibition, AMC and NYC & Company announced "Mad Men Dining Week". According to a press release - 34 NYC restaurants are taking part in the promotion for the "era-appropriate price of $19.69."

"Mad Men" fans told us the enthusiasm in New York City makes sense. "Well, it's just like a soap opera on Madison Avenue," said Elaine Sloan.

"It's an interesting story to follow, you get to know the characters really well," said Andrea Samuel.

According to a press release from NYC & Company, "Mad Men Dining Week" participating restaurants include:

‘21’ Club, Arlington Club, Barbetta, Benjamin Steakhouse, Blue Water Grill, Brasserie (Seagram Building), Brasserie 8 ½, Carnegie Deli & Restaurant, Delmonico's Restaurant, El Parador Café, Empire Steak House (West 54th Street), Flo Lounge Restaurant, Harding's, Le Cirque, Le Cirque Café, Madison Club Lounge, Maloney & Porcelli, Morton's Grille, Morton's The Steakhouse (Manhattan), Morton's The Steakhouse (World Trade Center), Nick & Stef’s Steakhouse, P.J. Clarkes, Ristorante Morini, Rock Center Café, Side Car at P.J. Clarkes, State Bar & Grill, Strip House Midtown, Tavern on the Green, The Gander, The Regency Bar & Grill, The Sea Fire Grill, Tribeca Grill, Urbo and Vander Bar.

The dining deals kick off on Monday, March 23rd.

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