10 Best Places for Oysters in Oklahoma

Oklahoma might be a landlocked state, but there are many places around the state where you can find great seafood. If you've got a craving for oysters, look no further. Whether you like them fried, fresh or in stew, here are some of the best places in Oklahoma to find those sweet, savory mollusks! 

Frederick's Fantastic Oyster Fry, Frederick, OK

This annual festival dates back to 1952, when it was held in Manitou. About 25 years ago, it moved to Frederick. Every year, a member of the committee drives to Port Lavaca, Texas, to bring back freshly caught oysters for the fry. They’ve never run out of oysters, but they serve thousands of people each year. 

Pearl’s Oyster Bar, Oklahoma City, OK

Pearl’s Oyster Bar offers oysters from Mexico. You can get them roasted, raw or fried, as an appetizer or entrée. This restaurant has been offering seafood to Oklahomans for over 30 years. It has a great reputation for a delightful atmosphere, excellent service and food and a modern menu. 

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Maryn’s Taphouse and Raw Bar, Jenks, OK

You’ll find oysters on the half shell and chargrilled oysters at this pub in the Tulsa area, but for a real treat, go with the Oyster Lobsterfella. It's broiled oysters topped with lobsters, parmesan, spinach, jalapenos and cream cheese. 

Brent’s Cajun Seafood & Oyster Bar, Edmond, OK

You’ll find oysters on the half shell and chargrilled oysters at this pub in the Tulsa area, but for a real treat, go with the Oyster Lobsterfella. It's broiled oysters topped with lobsters, parmesan, spinach, jalapenos and cream cheese. 

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White River Fish Market, Tulsa, OK

This fish market sells fresh seafood to take home, but it’s also a restaurant where you can enjoy fresh seafood. It’s been serving Tulsa for over 75 years. You should visit this classic restaurant at least once. 

The Shack, Oklahoma City, OK

The Shack has two locations in Oklahoma City. One is by Quail Springs Mall. The other is in Nichols Hills. It’s a fairly casual restaurant where you can find oysters on the half shell and broiled oysters with different toppings, classic Rockefeller, or Okie-flavored with bacon, jalapeno and garlic, or Mardi Gras style with crawfish, mushrooms, garlic, parmesan and white wine. 

Doc’s Wine & Food, Tulsa, OK

The patio at Doc’s is a great place to enjoy fresh oysters when the weather cooperates. It’s the next best thing to the French Quarter in Oklahoma when you have a Cajun craving. They have an excellent cocktail menu, too. 

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The Drake, Oklahoma City, OK

Come for the brunch menu to enjoy an oyster benedict. The lunch menu features a chicken fried oyster salad and a fried oyster bruschetta. On the dinner menu, find the classic oysters on the half shell. 

Bodean, Tulsa, OK

This fish market and restaurant makes its own breads, prepares the applewood salmon in-house and makes homemade sauces and salads daily. You’ll always find oysters on the half shell on the menu, but you can also take some home with you from the market and prepare them yourself. 

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Gulfport Seafood Market, Oklahoma City, OK

The staff at Gulfport are seafood experts and will talk to you about your seafood purchase to make sure that you enjoy it to the fullest. It gets fresh seafood flown in throughout the week and features some of the best seafood in the OKC area. 

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