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  • 1. White River Fish Market & Restaurant

    $ | Seafood

    Tulsa might be the last place you'd expect to find fresh-today seafood, but for more than 80 years, this market-style, no-frills restaurant has been serving up the best catches from waters of the world by way of Tulsa International Airport. Settle in for full portions of seafood dishes made from tried-and-tested family recipes perfected over the decades. Most selections are available in your choice of preparations: grilled, broiled, smoked, or fried. Whatever else you order, plug in a cup of seafood gumbo. It's the real deal—coffee colored, roux based, swimming in chunks of seafood, served hot over rice. Too full for dessert? You can take home a whole buttermilk or sweet-potato pie for $10, both made in-house.

    1708 N. Sheridan Rd., Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74115, USA
    918-835–1910

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 2. Elote Cafe

    $ | Mexican

    If you like a menu description that combines words like fresh, innovative, organic, and vegetarian-friendly, you're in the right place here. Elote's culinary commitment to use as many local and organic ingredients as possible is matched by its construction of an eco-friendly restaurant—the first to be platinum certified by ECO, Oklahoma's sustainable-travel program. Inside, you'll see the nation's largest bar built from 100% reclaimed materials. Elote's also sponsors occasional street parties featuring luchador (masked Mexican-style) wrestling. When weather permits, there's outdoor seating.

    514 S. Boston Ave., Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103, USA
    918-582–1403

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 3. Palace Cafe

    $$$$ | Modern American

    A little more than a decade ago, chef-owner James Shrader (a graduate of Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park) scooped up an abandoned antiques store at the corner of East 15th and South Peoria and, with the help of family and friends, turned it into one of Tulsa's swankiest restaurants with a commitment to fresh ingredients, local suppliers, and culinary excellence. Menu descriptions are littered with words like gastrique, ragout, and compôte, and might include such dishes as roasted salmon with a shaved Brussels sprout salad and tomato confit splashed with a drizzle of orange balsamic. Vegetarians may request a special menu, which might contain, for example, mushroom ravioli, wood-grilled vegetables, or mushroom linguine; other dietary preferences can also be accommodated.

    1301 E. 15th St., Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74120, USA
    918-582–4321

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. No lunch weekends. No dinner Sun.
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