The Spudder Restaurant in Tulsa draws diners in with its top-notch steaks and other fresh dishes like homemade tomato soup and breaded and fried chicken livers. The casual restaurant pays homage to Tulsa's rich oil history by decorating the walls of the dining room with oil memorabilia. The Gusher seems to be the menu item most popular at The Spudder. It's a 22-ounce bone-in aged rib-eye served with your choice of fries or a baked potato. In addition to hearty steaks, The Spudder serves up seafood favorites like lobster, halibut and pasta served with sauteed shrimp. Regardless of which entree you choose, be sure to save room for dessert. The restaurant keeps locals satisfied with peach, apple and blackberry cobblers.