From Our Editors
The creative culinarians at Bite Bistro rely on local and seasonal ingredients to prepare the inventive small plates, sandwiches, salads, and sweets that grace the ever-changing menu, dubbed “diverse" and "wonderfully delicious” by Pop City. Above the din of mealtime munching and debates about the alleged benefits of oxygen, a giant blackboard boasts the bistro’s daily offerings—an eclectic blend of eats inspired by Italian, Asian, Cajun, and American cuisine, categorized as small bites ($3–$11), sandwiches ($8–$12), and big bites ($11–$18). Pork-fat frites with herb aioli or butternut-squash soup warm up grumbling tummies in preparation for heartier fare such as a BLT with crabmeat or the roasted-vegetable cassoulet. A lineup of seasonal desserts ($5–$6) including apple cake and chocolate truffle silences the attention-garnering squeals of impetuous sweet teeth.