In anticipation of the final seven episodes of “Mad Men,” AMC announced on Monday that more than 30 New York restaurants will participate in Mad Men Dining Week from March 23 to 29.

Fitting with the timeline of the show, the lunchtime menus will cost $19.69 (excluding gratuities and taxes). Diners can choose from a two-course set menu (an appetizer and entrée or entrée and dessert), or two drinks, all of which were inspired by popular food and drink from the 1960s.

“The men and women of Madison Avenue inspired [show creator] Matthew Weiner’s story, and we couldn’t imagine a better way to celebrate than by eating, drinking and raising a glass together in their honor,” said AMC president Charlie Collier.

The event is a partnership between AMC and NYC & Company, New York City’s official marketing, tourism and partnership organization. The list of restaurants includes 1960s mainstays ’21’ Club, Barbetta, Brasserie, Delmonico’s, El Parador Café, Le Cirque and P.J. Clarke’s.

Starting Monday, diners can book their reservations on nycgo.com/madmendiningweek. “Mad Men’s” final episodes begin airing April 5 on AMC.

List of Participating Restaurants: 

‘21’ Club
Arlington Club
Benjamin Steakhouse
Blue Water Grill
Brasserie (Seagram Building)
Brasserie 8 ½, Carnegie Deli & Restaurant
Delmonico’s Restaurant
El Parador Café
Empire Steak House (West 54th Street)
Flo Lounge Restaurant
Le Cirque
Le Cirque Café
Madison Club Lounge
Maloney & Porcelli
Morton’s Grille
Morton’s The Steakhouse (Manhattan)
Morton’s The Steakhouse (World Trade Center)
Nick & Stef’s Steakhouse
P.J. Clarkes
Ristorante Morini
Rock Center Café
Side Car at P.J. Clarkes
State Bar & Grill
Strip House Midtown
Tavern on the Green
The Gander
The Regency Bar & Grill
The Sea Fire Grill
Tribeca Grill
Vander Bar