The ceiling and walls are hung with pipes, some from such long-ago Keens regulars as Babe Ruth, J.P. Morgan and Teddy Roosevelt. Even in these nonsmoking days, you can catch a whiff of the restaurant’s 120-plus years of history. Beveled-glass doors, two working fireplaces and a forest’s worth of dark wood combine with a menu highlighting mouthwatering steaks and a three-inch-thick mutton chop.
Although considered by some to be a culinary wasteland, the area near Penn Station and Madison Square Garden has its own share of mouthwatering dining options. Within a 10-minute walk lie loads of restaurants near Penn Station including Midtown restaurants offering diverse cuisines ranging from Italian to Korean BBQ. Whether you're waiting for a train or looking for a pre-concert dinner, here are the best restaurants near Penn Station.
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