Keens has become Manhattan's best known USDA Prime-only steakhouse. Its reputation is legendary, its Single Malt collection equally so. In 1885 Keens Chophouse opened independently under the ownership of Albert Keen, by then a noted figure in the Herald Square Theatre District. Keens soon became the lively and accepted rendezvous of the famous. Actors in full stage make-up hurried through the rear door to “fortify” themselves between acts at the neighboring Garrick Theatre. By the time Keens celebrated its 20th anniversary, you could glance into the Pipe Room and see the jovial congregations of producers, playwrights, publishers and newspaper men who frequented Keens.
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One of the best steakhouses in New York City! Definitely the best steakhouse in Manhattan
Keens is a mecca for steaklovers and carnivores from all over the world. This DEEPLY traditional and classic steakhouse is a look into the past and the flavor and style are both absolutely exceptional.