Bringing fresh and flavorful Southern-style seafood and sides to Oklahoma City, Off the Hook Seafood and More is a city staple delivering culinary excellence. With nearly 1,000 glowing reviews online, it’s confirmed: Off the Hook has won the hearts – and stomachs – of locals.

Started in 2012 as a food truck, Off the Hook quickly garnered a passionate following that allowed owners Corey and Loniesha Harris to open up their first brick and mortar in 2015. The restaurant now offers two locations in the metro with similar – but not identical – menus. 

Start with crispy seafood wontons or Cajun butter frog legs. Continue with seafood gumbo, a salmon burger, a blackened chicken po’boy or one of many specialty items. These include the smothered seafood platter with lobster cream sauce, shrimp, crawfish, lump crab and baby clams, smothered over fries or rice and topped with bacon, cheese, fried onions and chives. Others go for the fresh grilled fish with grits or rice, or the fried chicken thighs. Savory side orders include garlic fries, fried okra and rice pilaf. 

Along with incredible quality, you’re also getting incredible value; the most expensive menu item is only $16 – and it’s massive. So what are you waiting for? Visit Off the Hook during your next seafood craving.