It's not every day - at least not these days - that you get to indulge in a hearty serving of Beef Wellington (quite literally presented on a silver platter), alongside classic shrimp cocktail and decadently tender escargots, but at The Press Club Grill, you'll find that old school indulgence is very much the norm. 

For those looking to channel their inner Don Draper for dinner, this chic new eatery tucked into the historic Martinique New York hotel is a must. From its sophisticated mid-century interiors to its menu lineup of reimagined Continental cuisine, the spot pays homage to the Mad Men era of the 1950s and '60s in both style and substance. Vintage accents abound, while the walls are covered in a custom mural depicting famous New Yorkers, overlaid with gold leaf to boot.

Whether you're sidling up to the brass bar or sliding into one of the oversized velvety booths, you'll be taken back in time with a martini (espresso or otherwise) in one hand and a crocodile skin-inspired menu in the other. Like we said, chic.

In addition to the theatrical Beef Wellington (technically for two, but very easily for three or four) and fabulous escargots reinterpreted as a creamy velouté "pot pie," chef and co-owner Franklin Becker (the mind behind concepts like Catch and Capitale) serves up chophouse staples including a range of prime steaks, seafood towers, two kinds of tartare, and, if you feel the need to get in some greens, a perfect Waldorf salad. For a "side" dish that ends up stealing the show, you can't miss the crab "rice-a-roni," a generous blend of basmati rice and Dungeness crab served in its own shell.

Feeling extra fancy? You can even spring for caviar service, darling. And word to the wise, don't skip the rye sourdough bread, delivered warm alongside a ribboned sculpture of cultured butter.

With a name nodding to its neighborhood's history as a media mecca, The Press Club Grill is also set to serve as the perfect spot for (boozy) business lunches, and even offers a special daily prix fixe for $19.69, with the option to add on a $7 martini. Let's just say Don Draper would approve.

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[Photos courtesy The Press Club Grill]