If you’re anything like me, you’re still weak in the knees after seeing Don Draper last night on AMC’s hit, Mad Men. (Don’t deny it, you know you are.)

If you need a little Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce fix while in NYC, NYCGo (the city’s tourism site) has rounded up a list of sites featured in the hit series. (Thank god! Finally a solution to the over-played Sex & the City tours!)

Before we get into the details, let me just thank my colleague (from my real job), Jena Tesse Fox, who assembled this list at LuxuryTravelAdvisor.com.

The Pierre New York (2 E. 61st St.): The Pierre became a Mad Men backdrop in the season three finale when room 435 became the temporary offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.

The Roosevelt Hotel (45 E 45th St.): Sal Romano takes a Belle Jolie rep on a date here. Don is also exiled to the hotel after Betty kicks him out in season two.

Sardi’s (234 w. 44th St.): This iconic restaurant in the theater district is where Done and Bobbie Barrett celebrated the sale of TV pilot Grin and Barrett.

The Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant (89 E. 42nd St., Lower Concourse): Roger and Don get sloshed here during lunchtime in season one, which was the precursor to a memorable reaction in front of Richard Nixon’s campaign staffers back at the office.

P.J. Clarke’s (915 Third Ave.): The gang ties one on at this NYC establishment, celebrating Peggy’s copy for the Belle Jolie ad campaign.

Bloomingdale’s (1000 Third Ave.): Pete Campbell returns his duplicate “Chip ‘n’Dip” during his lunch break.

The Waldorf=Astoria (301 Park Ave.): Hotel magnet Conrad Hilton meets with Don in his suite and praises the food (“best kitchen in the world – got a salad named after it!”) Be sure to check out the signature Waldorf salad yourself at the Bull and BEar Steakhouse.