Keens Steakhouse

Walking into Keens Steakhouse transports visitors to the Elizabethan era, where they will enjoy an elegant, luxurious dining experience. Opened in 1885 by distinguished theater patron Albert Keen, actors, producers, playwrights, and New York legends such as Babe Ruth and J.P. Morgan frequented this spot. Known for their succulent mutton chop and collection of churchwarden pipes hanging in neat rows across the ceiling, traditionally stored thus to prevent breakage during travel, Keens Steakhouse appears not only on Zagat’s list of Best Steakhouses in New York but is also one of the Top Historic Restaurants in NYC. If possible, do not skip dessert, as their butterscotch sundae is a city favorite.

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The 10 Best Steakhouses & Grills In New York City
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