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.
  • Order the Bloody Mary. It's an experience in itself, and the best Bloody Mary in the whole city. Also, if you're eating there, skip the famous mutton chop and go for the filet mignon or Chateaubriand.
  • 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."