Keens Steakhouse, a classic New York chophouse, was already famous for its steaks and chops at the turn of the century. Founded in 1885, Keens has 90,000 clay pipes that line the ceilings - pipes once smoked by customers after dinner. Today Keens legendary mutton chops and dry aged prime steaks are still without equal in the city.
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Keens Steakhouse is known as the last bastion of the mutton chop, a dish that has fallen entirely out of favor in the rest of the city's chophouses. According to executive chef William Rodgers
Don't worry about missing the house signature dish, it's worth it! M N December 24, 2017 The experience of a porterhouse for 3 and Mutton-chop in the Lincoln room is unlike any other steakhouse .
2505 reviews of Keens Steakhouse "On my last trip to NYC I went here with a group of friends and we went wild between 6 of us we ordered the porterhouse for 3, the porterhouse for 2, the Mutton chop and some sides. This was at the beginning of…
Keens Steakhouse is a steakhouse restaurant located at 72 West 36th Street (between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue) in the Garment District in Manhattan, New York City. The restaurant houses more than 50,000 clay smoking pipes, making it one of the largest collections in the world. Also famous for their mutton chop.