Editors' pick

'Mad Men' Dinner


Editorial Review

"Mad Men" wraps up its fourth season Sunday night, with Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce in dire straits. What would Don Draper do? He would put on his classiest suit and go for a drink. Bourbon Steak marks the season finale with a viewing/cocktail party in the Four Seasons' private dining room. It kicks off at 8 with a reception of light snacks and updated versions of various retro tipples (think Manhattans, Stingers, even the tiki-ish Donga Punch). The flavors of the '60s continue through a three-course dinner (iceberg salad, beef stroganoff and buttered egg noodles, bread pudding) at 9, with the lights going down for "Mad Men" at 10. The $60 tickets include food, tax and tip, but not cocktails; those will set you back $8 each. Dress to impress -- prizes will be awarded to the best "Mad Men"-era outfits.

-- Fritz Hahn (Oct. 12, 2010)