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If you didn't get to watch the two-hour season premiere of Mad Men last Sunday, we're sorry — but you can bet your bottom dollar there are plenty of steamy make-out sessions, tense boardroom meetings, and emotional breakdowns to come. Another component that is sure to have a heavy presence? Booze. In fact, it seems as though someone is taking a nip in every other scene. While we're not here to encourage any vices, we can't help but get in the, um, spirit for an old-school cocktail or two. So, since it's 2013 and not the '60s, we've rounded up six spots (in honor of season six) where you can get your drink on while keeping your job in the process.
While you may not find yourself in Hawaii like Don and Megan, you can at least enjoy the taste of the tropics with one of Bob Chin's famous mai tais. If you're in the mood to "Zou Bisou Bisou" the night away, head to Bridge Bar for a French 315 cocktail. And if you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of having a Draper-like hangover, there's always the 20-ounce Bloody Mary at Old Town Pour House. With an entire season still ahead, there's plenty of time to experiment.
This article was originally published on Feb 14.
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