Keens is one of the oldest steakhouses in New York City, but it’s arguably more famous for a plate that’s not steak. The restaurant serves over 400 orders of its legendary mutton chops each week. Insider’s Taryn Varricchio visited the storied steakhouse to see how the famous plate is made and why customers consider Keens a Manhattan institution.
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Why This 130-Year-Old Steakhouse Is Actually Best Known For Mutton Chops | Legendary Eats