the Keep Voted Best New Restaurant
Merrimack Valley Magazine names the Keep best new restaurant of 2019! The competition was stiff with some great new restaurants throughout the region, so we're thrilled for the honor and grateful to all of you. Thank you on behalf of our all of all of us at the Keep.
The Keep One Year Anniversary!
Yes, its been a whole year. Thank you for making it great. Come celebrate with us, Saturday April 27th.
Jack's Abbey Tap Takeover
In time for St. Patrick's day festivities, meet us at the Keep on March 13 for a FIVE LINE TAP TAKEOVER · Hosted by Jack's Abby Craft Lagers, brewing craft lagers with traditional German standards and American innovation, local brewery in Framingham, MA.
Saturday & Sunday Brunch
Start your weekend off with Bourbon pancakes and mimosas. Or how about a Dirty Benny and a Bloody Mary? Saturday brunch, yes, and Sunday too, is now on every weekend at the Keep from 11:30am to 4pm.
Good Eats -- The Keep
If there is such a thing as hallowed ground in Lowell’s culinary community, then it surely must be the small dining room and cozy bar space on Central Street that’s now home to The Keep. Read more
Heirloom tomatoes in from the Horne Family Farm, add buffalo mozzarella from Lowell's own Cheese Monger @Mill #5, marinated chick peas, croutons and an amazing garlic-parsley olive oil drizzle and you get this..... perfection.
Cocktails and Kurosawa
Join us for a night of Japanese whisky, masterfully crafted cocktails, and three samurai epics from Akira Kurosawa and Toshiro Mifune. Tyler Wang, Luxury Brand Specialist of Beam Suntory, and our very own bar team will be crafting a one night only cocktail menu featuring Toki Japanese Whisky.
Good Bites & Glass Pints
Read a recent review of The Keep by one of our favorite food bloggers, Good Bites & Glass Pints.
Join Us for Mothers Day
We've paired up with Mill City Cheesemongers to bring you this seasonal selection of assorted cheeses, and who doesn't enjoy a little prosecco, sparking Italian rose, or champagne?
Kentucky Derby Anyone?
How about a Larceny Mint Julep and pour of Blantons or even a taste of the irish side of life with Tyrconnel. Bring your hats!