Celebrate the return of ‘Mad Men’ with these Draper drinks

Tuning in this Sunday? Make sure you have one of these fancy cocktails at the ready.

The Betty Draper

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Your drink may be made tableside at L’Amant.

Find it at: L’Amant
235 W. 12th St., 646-476-8731
The sleek, dimly-lit French bistro is the perfect backdrop for a drink as beautiful as January Jones. The cocktail is a blend of Citadelle Gin, Calvados Drouin Selection, celery and lime juice, apple syrup and a dash of celery bitters.

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The Behind Sterling’s Back
Find it at: Black Hound Bar & Lounge
301 South End Ave., 212-945-0562
Sidle up to the bar at this speakeasy and order up this take an Old Fashioned, a sturdy mix of Rye, Amaro Montenegro and Luxardo.

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The Don Draper
Find it at: The Carnegie Club, 156 W. 56th St., 212-957-9676
Indoor smoking — not that we recommend it — is still OK at this classic haunt, which is hosting a viewing party with a full “Mad Men”-inspired menu. While there (in your 1960s best, natch), sip on The Don Draper: a mix of gin, sweet vermouth and pineapple juice — though this is probably the last time we’ll ever associate the man with being sweet.
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Whiskey Park

Midnight Manhattan
Whiskey Park, 100 Central Park S., 212-307-9222
It only makes sense that a bar with “whiskey” in its name would host a “Mad Men” party on Sunday, complete with a trivia contest. Dress to impress in your finest ’60s garb and order up the Midnight Manhattan, a Pete Campbell-inspired bourbon drink sure to land you any deal (or lady).

Make your own

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The Silver Fox Fizz
Ingredients:
2 ounces Bombay Sapphire gin
¾ ounce lemon juice
½ ounce orgeat syrup (syrup made from almonds, sugar and rose or orange flower water)
1 egg white
Soda to taste
DISARONNO to taste
Instructions:
In a flute glass, build ingredients. Top generously with DISARONNO.


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