have reservations next Sat night. First time. Where should I ask to be seated? Need a regular to guide me. It's expensive which I don't mind but don't want to be treated as a tourist.
There is really no good or bad place to be seated at Keens. Each room has its own charm. I've never been disappointed with the table I've been given. That said, the main floor room has a lower ceiling so feels more cozy, while the large upstairs room has a high ceiling and feels more spacious. There is no "tourist" room.