The characters of Mad Men have enjoyed at least 369 drinks (that's only in the office, mind you), during the course of the series. In honor of the final few episodes, we rounded up eight bars and cocktails perfect for indulging like your favorite characters on the show.
The very first drink to appear on Mad Men was an Old Fashioned ordered by Don. Made with Jefferson’s Very Old Small Batch Bourbon, Demerara syrup, Angostura, Peychaud’s, and Wormwood bitters, this cocktail has been a frequent go-to for the main character. 1 E. 55th St., 212-207-8562
During a memorable heart-to-heart episode between Don and Peggy, we see her sipping a Manhattan—composed of Woodford Reserve Bourbon, Carpano Antica Vermouth, Angostura bitters, and cherries—while discussing the reasons why the two have never ended up together. 201 Park Ave. S., 212-677-0425
During their marriage, we saw Megan, Don's second wife, imbibing in wine, lots of it. Now that their split is official, we think she would enjoy a little change of pace with the Revolution, served with Singani 63, red wine, and egg white foam. 30 Rockefeller Plz., 212-632-5000
Similar to a whiskey sour, which Pete Campbell drinks during a telling celebratory dinner with Ted and Peggy in Season 6, the Pisco Sour is comprised of Pisco 100, lemon juice, simple syrup, an egg white, and capped off with a dash of bitters. 35 E. 76th St., 212-744-1600
Who can forget little Sally famously making a Tom Collins under Don’s instructions in Season 2? Using Fords Gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and garnished with an orange slice and cherry, this drink harkens back to Sally’s impressionable youth. 55 Irving Pl.
Where's a better place to enjoy a Bloody Mary than the spot that invented it? After Joan and Roger find out they're having a baby together in Season 4, we see her imbibing the drink, which features vodka, tomato juice, lemon juice, Worcester sauce, celery salt, and black and cayenne peppers. 2 E. 55th St., 212-753-4500
Roger is seen throughout the series downing his beloved martini. Composed of Beefeater Gin, Dolin Dry and Blanc vermouths, onion brine, and garnished with an onion, this stirred drink would be a daily indulgence for the SC&P head partner. 121 W., 10th St., 212-243-2827
For a long time, Betty opted to drink Vodka Gimlets. After seeing her growth in this final season, namely through the Glen incident, we think it’s time for her to graduate to the classic Sazerac concocted in a glass using Louis Royer Force 53 VSOP Cognac, simple syrup, Peychaud’s, Angostura, and a lemon twist. 271 11th Ave., 212-981-6188