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When this Victorian-era chophouse was newly built in 1885, making it the same vintage as Peter Luger, it was located in the city's Theater District. Now Keens Steakhouse is surrounded by Korean restaurants. Tourists opt for the prime rib, a cut rarely found in the city, while regulars go for the legendary mutton chop, a hug mass of meat milder tasting than you might imagine, and memorably good. The Caesar salad and oyster service are also both commendable. Keens is much better than it needs to be to regularly fill this historic space up. Weak point: the potatoes.
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In summer, you want to sit in a place with bright colors and big open windows, or out on a terrace in the sun with a white-wine spritzer and a big salad or sandwich. But youll never make it through a harsh winter on a diet like that. Nor do you... More »
Dark wood and low ceilings give this historic steak house a men's club feeling. So what? The steaks are massive and perfect, every time. The sides are perfect and perfect for sharing. And the scotch list is extensive.
Trust the old-timer Keen's Chop House, which was uselessly renamed KEEN'S STEAKHOUSE, to have the best--and perhaps the only--real mutton chop in town. Though mutton conjures up images of feeble sheep barely able to climb the ramp to the meat cutter's ax, it actually refers to any animal over a year old, and the mutton chop in question is tender and flavorful, and sports two long and amazingly tasty tendrils that will clue you in to how muttonchop whiskers got their name. More »
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