Dark and compact Keens is certainly an old fashion style steak house. With the ceiling lined with smokers pipes and the small lobster tank filled with some decent sized lobsters it's certainly a unique feel. Tables are extremely packed and you would be lucky if you can get into (or out of) the bench side of most tables without help from the waiter. The closeness does allow you to easily peruse your neighbors food choice and start get selection options for the night.
Fat was certainly aged and it had a nice flavor but the meat was certainly tough on the T-Bone far more than expected. The tenderloin side was obviously better but still not the best I have had by a long shot. Overall a huge disappointment.
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