With a characteristically restrained series finale last night, the AMC hit drama Mad Men came to a close after over eight years of lies, adultery, intrigue and many, many advertisements. Though the series was filmed in Los Angeles, the period piece (set in New York in the 1960s) managed to incorporate many real-life NYC locales over its many episodes. Check out some of the restaurants, bars and hotels featured in the show that you can still visit, below. (Warning: spoilers.)
The Slipper Room (152 Orchard Street) In the pilot of the series, the men of Sterling Cooper go to a performance at this Lower East Side burlesque joint.
Minetta Tavern (113 MacDougal Street) Abe asks Peggy if she wants to move in with them while the two are getting dinner here.
Sardi’s Restaurant (234 W. 44th Street) Don Draper and Bobbie Barrett celebrate the sale of a television pilot at this still-popular Times Square restaurant.
The Sherry-Netherland (781 Fifth Avenue) Roger proposes to his secretary Jane at this swanky Fifth Avenue hotel.
American Museum of Natural History (Central Park West at West 79th Street) Glenn and Sally go on a field trip to this Upper West Side museum in Season 5.
Benihana (47 West 56th Street) Don Draper takes Bethany out for a date at this Japanese restaurant.
The Time Life Building (1271 Avenue of the Americas) Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce opens their new office in two floors of this Midtown office building.
The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel (301 Park Avenue) The SCDP employees attend the Clio Awards at this hotel.
P. J. Clarke’s (915 Third Avenue) Peggy goes out dancing with the men of SCDP at this Midtown East bar in the show’s first season.
Grand Central Oyster Bar (41-89 East 42nd Street) Don gets Roger drunk before a business meeting at this restaurant in the basement of Grand Central Terminal.
The Plaza (768 Fifth Avenue) Megan and Harry have lunch in the Palm Court in the final season and Joan suggests The Oak Room for a potential date.
The Roosevelt Hotel (45 E 45th Street) A Belle Jolie rep hits on Sal here and Don rents a room after his divorce from Betty.