The Low Down
Fun Fact: The historical artifacts at Keens impress as much as the food. Some 50,000 clay pipes, dangling from the ceiling, hearken back to the days when Babe Ruth, Albert Einstein and Theodore Roosevelt puffed away.
What to Drink: The restaurant's list of 200 single malt Scotches is among the largest variety available in North America.
Where to Sit: Try to get in the smaller (and older) of the two dining rooms for maximum atmosphere.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The legendary Keens---Teddy Roosevelt dined there regularly as NY Police Commissioner before his presidency---does a steady lunch business (reservations are a must), as does the tap room. Opened in 1885 as a clubby garment-center haunt, itâ¦
Historic and cute..
By Jesse W at Insider Pages
I am not a big fan of steak houses but this convenient and historic eatery is worth a visit. Went for a business lunch and it was very appropriate... Read More
We share a huuuge porterhouse stake there - definitely th...
By Ayano at Menuism
We share a huuuge porterhouse stake there - definitely the best stake I've ever had in my entire life! Lot... Read More
By Laura G. at Judy's Book
Keeneâs Steak House is a wonderful dining establishment in New York. The food is outstanding and the atmosphere is charming â old pipes d... Read More
Great Steak House
By Christen B at Insider Pages
This is not one of the more popular steak houses of New York, but it has consistently served me the best steaks. The oysters, calamari, and shrimp... Read More