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Peacemaker Lobster and Crab Co. is hard to miss – it’s nestled in Tulsa’s Blue Dome District and offers a sprawling dining area with dark woods, light brick and teal chairs that invite you to come in and stay awhile. And while it could be said that Tulsa lacks a dynamic seafood scene, Peacemaker looks to fill in the gaps.

Begin with the raw bar, offering oysters, peel and eat shrimp, or the seafood sampler – with the aforementioned goodies plus mussels, clams and crab legs. If you’re craving the taste of the ocean in a major way, look at the ‘boils’ section of the menu. Choose shrimp, snow crab or lobster, which will be accompanied by potatoes, andouille sausage, corn on the cob and a buttermilk biscuit. 

Poorboys – meat sandwiches originating in Louisiana – range from catfish to shrimp, oyster, buffalo crawfish and smoked brisket, and you can also opt for a roll with shrimp, crab or lobster. Don’t forget mouthwatering sides like fried green tomatoes, coleslaw, smothered collard greens, frog legs and crab cakes.

The joint also offers its own brunch food and cocktail menu, a full bar, soups, chowders and desserts like beignets, cheesecake, bread pudding and soft serve ice cream.

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