Traditional seafood fare is the specialty at Bodean Restaurant in Tulsa, but the over 40-year-old establishment offers much more. Sprinkled among classics like clam chowder and lobster bisque are unique offerings like smoked salmon pate and broiled escargot.
The Bodean does more than just seafood, with menu items like Moroccan style lamb, artisanal cheeses and duck confit cheesecake. Lunch specials include a fisherman’s stew called cioppino, a fish sandwich and a variety of soups and salads. Order a selection of fresh oysters on the half shell imported from East, West and Gulf coast waters. The award-winning selection of seafood is served in an elegant dining room featuring three fireplaces, hand-blown glass light fixtures and several pieces from local artists.