Keens first opened in NYC in 1885, in what was once the Herald Square Theater District, and it’s the only surviving building of that era in the area.
Of course, you still can’t visit their dining room, but you can now get their delicious food for takeout or delivery! Their speciality, which was even written about in the New York Times in 1935, is Mutton Chops (so not steak, but lamb), and it’s also available to-go.
The historic steakhouse just reopened for take-out and delivery Monday – Sunday, 12pm-8pm. You can call them at 212-947-3636 or visit their website here to order. This is the first sign of reopening since they closed their doors indefinitely on March 15. The restaurant had set up a GoFundMe that raised about $20,000 to help contribute to groceries, medicine, and rent for their most vulnerable employees.
Take a peek at their takeout menu here, which also includes filet mignon, t-bones, sandwiches, appetizers, and their family carrot cake:
Keens is located at 72 W 36th St.
Now New Yorkers have multiple delicious options for steak to-go: the World-Renowned Steakhouse Peter Luger Is Offering Delivery In NYC as well.
featured image source: GoFundMe.com/keens-steakhouse