Keens Steakhouse

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Details
72 W 36th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave.)
New York, NY 10018
(212) 947-3636
Steakhouse
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 11:45 AM–10:30 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–10:30 PM Sun: 5:00 PM–9:00 PM

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  • If you want the real New York-style steakhouse, it helps to actually do it in New York. You really cant do any better or more authentic than Keens. Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations
  • Are you in the pub? You have to be in the pub. Request that move now. Order the mutton chop. Alls well.
  • If you're a meat lover, this is deadset one of the best places you could even think of going!!! It's old-school chophouse at its best!
  • Get a mutton chop with a side of history at this century old steakhouse that offers delicious food, perfect cocktails, & a killer ambiance. Those on a budget can hit up the bar room. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Go for the mutton chop.
  • Great steaks. Too bad they don't know how to spell Keane properly.
  • Check out the playbill fro Ford's Theatre recovered from underneath President Lincoln's seat the night he was assasinated. It's upstairs by the cloak room.
  • There may be better steaks in NY, but no steakhouse can equal this 1885 Herald Square stalwart. The bar mixes up one of the city's best Manhattans.
  • The bar is known for mixing one of the best Manhattans in all of, well... Manhattan.
  • In 1905, Lillie Langtry sued to be allowed access to the gents-only premises. Upon winning, she swept in and ordered the mutton chop. Follow her lead. Don't miss prime-rib hash and 200+ single malts.
  • The mutton chop is the most unique, and tastiest, cuts of meat east of the Mississippi.
  • Here it is: the playbill found under Lincoln's seat at Ford's Theater on the night of his assassination. Find it by the second floor coat check.
  • A New York institution steakhouse with an iconic mutton chop and a very solid burger.
  • Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. Get yourself a fine single-malt Scotch and enjoy it.
  • Try the pub menu for casual dining and amazing history
  • The oldest (debatable) steakhouse in NY does not disappoint. Had the porterhouse for three, slab bacon, mash, and creamed spinach. Incredible. Service was first class.
  • ! ! delicious steaks! Best steak house in Manhattan!
  • Massive Mutton Chop+ Mint Jelly= Devine. It has a beautiful collection of pipes all over the ceiling and side walls. Order a side of creamed spinach.
  • "Stoli on the rocks, splash of cranberry... Just a splash."
  • Great porterhouse. Order for two or three.