Venue Info

Known For

Wine

Though its mention on Mad Men wasn't entirely accurate -- the season was set in 1968 and the restaurant didn't open until 1974 -- this classically French restaurant is still a Manhattan institution. Having bounced from the Mayfair Hotel to the New York Palace Hotel and finally landing at the Bloomberg Building you can expect the crème de la crème with a slight Belgian flair from Executive Chef Raphael Francois, who has worked for many a Michelin-starred restaurant. And of course, there's no chance you'll miss one of the tallest wine towers in the city.

New York

Le Cirque

Though its mention on Mad Men wasn't entirely accurate -- the season was set in 1968 and the restaurant didn't open until 1974 -- this classically French restaurant is still a Manhattan institution. Having bounced from the Mayfair Hotel to the New York Palace Hotel and finally landing at the Bloomberg Building you can expect the crème de la crème with a slight Belgian flair from Executive Chef Raphael Francois, who has worked for many a Michelin-starred restaurant. And of course, there's no chance you'll miss one of the tallest wine towers in the city.