Some outfits worn on the show, part of Matthew Weiner's "Mad Men" exhibit, are seen at the Museum of the Moving Image March 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY
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"Mad Men" captured the style and drive of New York's finest -- and drunkest -- 1960s ad men, enthralling viewers with tales of their creative genius and tortured infidelities.With the final seven episodes to start airing on cable network AMC on April 5, fans in the Big Apple can indulge in cut-price liquid lunches and visit a beautifully curated exhibition about the hit television series.Other exhibition highlights are journal entries that Weiner made in the 1990s -- 15 years before the series came to television.Weiner is in conversation at the museum on Friday, the first of four such public discussions with the creative director advertised in New York until late May.To cap it all, New York is offering a Mad Men Dining Week -- a send-up of the city's traditional restaurant week that offers cut-price meals at some of the city's finest establishments.From March 23 to 29, fans can ape the liquid intake or posh nosh imbibed by "Mad Men" characters -- enjoying a two-course lunch or two cocktails for $19.69 at more than 30 establishments.
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