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If you've been missing your weekly fill of fictional advertising high-rollers and Emmy-winning cinematography of New York City in the 1960s, you're not alone. All throughout Boston, other die-hard fans look forward to meeting at one these Boston restaurants and lounges to indulge in the best things about "Mad Men": money, social mobility and--quite simply--madness. Read on for info on where to watch the 4th season of "Mad Men" in Boston.
Updated: December 07, 2010
In addition to featuring a "Mad Men"-inspired cocktail list of classic choices, Tavolo offers TVs for fans to catch the latest episodes of Sunday's gripping series. Yield your taste buds to the historically derived menu of $5 bar bites, including deviled eggs, spinach and artichoke dip and pigs in a blanket. Saunter in before the kitchen closes at 10pm to catch dinner and the show.
Step into the world of 1960s self indulgence at Lucky's Lounge, serving up authentic swing band music, vintage lighting and decadent "smokey-room" atmosphere (without the smoke, of course). Glue your eyes to the TV as Lucky's airs "Mad Men" every Sunday at 10pm, between sets of the Sinatra Sunday dinner show.
With a name as intriguing as the atmosphere, Noir now attracts fans with its "Mad Men" Sundays, starting at 9pm. Take part in Noir's contest to comprise the event's slogan, and win an overnight stay in a suite with breakfast for two. More details: http://bit.ly/1018C
Seaport Hotel's eateries Tamo Bar & Terrace and Aura Restaurant celebrate the Mad Men mayhem by serving up 1960s-style cocktails and fare. Plus, any customer who sports a fedora or pillbox style hat at Tamo from Friday, July 23 through Wednesday, July 28 will receive his or her choice of 1960s-themed beverage and appetizer.