• Issue 7: New York

      Remember to visit Manhattan classics in addition to trendy hotspots. Keens Steakhouse, founded in 1885, fits the bill, delivering Old New York in spades—gloriously juicy steaks, fat mutton chops and oodles of atmosphere. Ask for a table where you can see the huge painting of the tiger, or have a fabulous lunch at the bar while “Miss Keen,” a painted nude, gazes down at you languorously from her perch above the fine Scotches. And don’t forget to look up! The ceilings here are lined with the smoking pipes of former patrons, including Babe Ruth and Albert Einstein, whose pipes are proudly displayed in the foyer.