Sundays: 15+ ‘Mad Men’ Season 7 Screening Parties in NYC

Mad Men Season 7 NYC

Looking for the perfect place to watch the 7th season of Mad Men every Sunday? Check out the free screening parties at the venues below. The show begins at 10 pm, but we suggest arriving earlier to secure seats at most of these locations. Unless otherwise noted, all of these NYC venues will screen Mad Men every week. 7 episodes of Part I will air this year, and the final 7 episodes of Season 7 will air in 2015.

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BROOKLYN

The Counting Room (224 Franklin St., Brooklyn)
countingroom.com
Free
Unfortunately, they won’t be able to screen the premiere because of a private event, but you can watch Mad Men here the following Sunday. The Counting Room’s nightly $8 shot and beer special will be offered during screenings.

Gordon Bennett Bar (109 S. 6th St., Brooklyn)
718.599.9109
Free
Note: Depending on demand, they may only screen the premiere.

Halyards (406 3rd Ave., Brooklyn)
barhalyards.com
Free
The Halyards party starts at 8 pm with Game of Thrones trivia followed by back-to-back screenings of Game of Thrones and Mad Men and bingo (with prizes). Drink specials include $3 shots, $7 themed cocktails and deals on beer.

Huckleberry Bar (588 Grand St., Brooklyn)
huckleberrybar.com
Free
Mad Men screens immediately after Game of Thrones.

MILES (101 Wilson Ave., Brooklyn)
milesonwilson.com
Free
Their Old Fashioned drink special will run all night.
Note: They may only screen the premiere. Currently waiting for confirmation.

The Monro (481 5th Ave., Brooklyn)
monropub.com
Free
Domestic beers are just $3 on Mad Men nights.

Soda Bar (629 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn)
718.230.8393
Free
Come thirsty—the bartender will fix up a mystery specialty cocktail every week.

South 4th Bar (90 South 4th St., Brooklyn)
south4thbar.com
Free
Knock back some specialty cocktails or $5 Sam Adams drafts in this laid-back corner bar.

t.b.d. Bar (224 Franklin St., Brooklyn)
tbdbrooklyn.com
Free
According to a staff member, it’s best if you arrive at least 30 minutes before the show starts. They’ll also have “some classic kinda cocktail goin’ on.”

Videology (308 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn)
718.782.3468
Free
They’ll screen Mad Men every week, assuming they don’t screen a Game of Thrones encore. Call the day of to confirm.

MANHATTAN

The Carnegie Club (156 W. 56th St., Manhattan)
facebook.com/thecarnegieclub
Free
Mad Men will be shown on three large screens in this midtown cigar bar, the kind of place Don and Roger would frequent. Doors open at 8 pm, and we suggest you arrive early, as reservations will not be taken.
Note: They may only screen the premiere. Currently waiting for confirmation.

City Winery (155 Varick St., Manhattan)
citywinery.com/newyork
Free
Doors open at 8:30 pm for the Season 6 finale screening at 9 pm, followed by the season premiere. Slip into your finest and cross your fingers—best-dressed takes home a bottle of wine. Weekly screenings require an RSVP via the City Winery website.

Empire Steak House (237 W. 54th St., Manhattan)
212.586.9700
The 1960s-inspired prix fixe dinner at Empire Steak House is a not-so-Nifty $69.95, but you can still grab a seat at the slick white marble bar. Reservations are encouraged.
Note: Depending on demand, they may only screen the premiere.

The Madison Club Lounge at The Roosevelt Hotel (45 E. 45th St., Manhattan)
facebook.com/rooseveltnyc
In the show, Don after stayed at The Roosevelt Hotel after Betty kicked him out. Arrive at 7 pm and dress to impress for the costume contest during the Season 7 premiere.

Tribeca Grand Theater (Church & White St., Manhattan)
grandlifehotels.com
Free

Whiskey Park (100 Central Park S., Manhattan)
facebook.com/wpnyc
Free
Whiskey Park is an excellent spot to order Don’s drink of choice, the Old Fashioned. Small bites from Rue 57 will be available.

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