Mad Men Manhattan

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Now in its third season, the critically acclaimed television show Mad Men has inspired a surge of tourism in New York City. Here are the spots to live out your 1960s fantasies.

King ColeBar

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On the Show: Don Draper’s eight-year-old daughter, Sally, makes a mean Bloody Mary. (Seasons 1 and 2)

In Reality: The brunch classic Bloody Mary (called a “red snapper” here) was conceived at this New York society club and hidden gem. Enjoy one at the beautiful wood bar as you stare at the namesake King Cole mural by Maxfield Parrish.

Best If You’re: A silver fox with a soft heart and a penchant for fine art and booze.

Mad Men Manhattan

King ColeBar

On the Show: Don Draper’s eight-year-old daughter, Sally, makes a mean Bloody Mary. (Seasons 1 and 2)

In Reality: The brunch classic Bloody Mary (called a “red snapper” here) was conceived at this New York society club and hidden gem. Enjoy one at the beautiful wood bar as you stare at the namesake King Cole mural by Maxfield Parrish.

Best If You’re: A silver fox with a soft heart and a penchant for fine art and booze.

Courtesy of St. Regis Hotel
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