Any of you familiar with this place? I went there when I worked in NYC in the early '70s and got one of the clay churchwardens they sold, had my bowl of their house blend and they hung my pipe from the ceiling till I came back . Went back twice and as far as I know my pipe is still hanging from the ceiling ! I don't think they still do this but it is still neat to go and see all the pipes! The food is GOOD as well ! The best mutton chops I ever had www.roadsideamerica.com/story/42448
I've been there. They sell the clay pipes but they don't register and hang them anymore. If the pipe would have been unique to Keen's I would have bought one but it was same pipe I already had from Williamsburg. We enjoyed the T-Bone for two and split a salad and a delicious, very unique lobster bisque.
Keens is good. Great atmosphere and the food is top notch. Try to make it there once a year when I'm in NY.
"People are not made better by a briar. An idiot before smoking a pipe is still an idiot after smoking a pipe, they're just more likely to speak less drivel with something in their mouth. For that, all society should be grateful."