NIGHT STALKER
Mad Sunday: Drink Like Draper

With the impending season premiere of Mad Men, it's important to plan ahead and get prepped for the big event. Luckily, you need not watch your fave show alone in your apartment this year because The Carnegie Club has an enticing offer for New Yorkers. On Sunday, April 7th, don your finest 1960s garb and head to the swanky lounge to enjoy cocktails inspired by each Mad Men character and a fine cigar or two. The selection of cocktails include The Don Draper, Betty's Bitter Rage, Liquor & Smoke (Roger), The Glass Ceiling (Peggy), The Dykeman Daiquiri (Pete), and The Firey Redhead (Joan). Get a buzz going before the big event, which begins at 8pm with the ultimate drink, The Don Draper.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Kick Back Like a Mad Man at The Carnegie Club

Killing two birds with one stone, The Carnegie Club will be unveiling its extensive renovation in conjunction with a view party for the season premiere of everyone's favorite period TV show, Mad Men on March 25th. The perfect location to don your 1960's attire (optional) and pretend you've gone back in time to work on ad sales a la Don Draper, The Carnegie Club was the first place in New York where you could enjoy a cigar while sipping a cocktail...and luckily for you, this leisure still exists at this swanky lounge.

RESTAURANT 101
I Like A Restaurant Dressed In Tweed

If Mad Men was set in 2010, you’d find the cast hanging out at Tweed. Located on 12th Street between Walnut and Sansom, this chic eatery opened earlier this year thanks to hotelier Edward Bianchini and Chef David Cunningham. Bianchini, a Philly native, owns the award winning hotel and restaurant Les Muscadins located near Cannes. Chef Cunningham has worked under Eric Ripert (often seen on Top Chef) and acted as Executive Chef at the Lenox Room and Petrossian (both in New York City).

There isn’t any wonder why everything about Tweed shines.