Keens Host

Each New York Sports Tours meal at Keens Steakhouse features a respected
New York sports figure as the lunch or dinner host.

The host adds to the tour story of how sports in New York has helped shape culture and society.

Acclaimed New York sportswriter Filip Bondy (top, second from left)

Acclaimed New York sportswriter Filip Bondy (top, second from left)

The Record's New York Yankees beat writer Pete Caldera (second from right) and former New York Times sports editor Neil Amdur (third from left)

The Record's New York Yankees beat writer Pete Caldera (second from right) and former New York Times sports editor Neil Amdur (third from left)

Award-winning New York sportswriter and New York Times bestselling author Wayne Coffey (left)

Award-winning New York sportswriter and New York Times bestselling author Wayne Coffey (left)

Keens Steakhouse. . . proof that not all good things must come to pass. . . No restaurant in New York City pays the kind of lavish, often kooky, sometimes even touching tribute to the past that Keens does.
— Frank Bruni, The New York Times
Most of New York Sports Tours' mid-tour lunches and dinners are hosted in Keens Steakhouse's historic Bull Moose Room, where many legendary sports figures have dined.

Most of New York Sports Tours' mid-tour lunches and dinners are hosted in Keens Steakhouse's historic Bull Moose Room, where many legendary sports figures have dined.

New York City’s classic midtown steakhouse — still perfect after all these years. . .
— Bon Appétit
Before he hosted a New York Sports Tours dinner at Keens, former World Boxing Council international champion Boyd Melson of New York City enjoyed the pre-meal sports history experience. Melson (third from left) pauses with some tour participants at the 69th Regiment Armory, the former home of the New York Knicks and the site of many events from sports history.

Before he hosted a New York Sports Tours dinner at Keens, former World Boxing Council international champion Boyd Melson of New York City enjoyed the pre-meal sports history experience. Melson (third from left) pauses with some tour participants at the 69th Regiment Armory, the former home of the New York Knicks and the site of many events from sports history.