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In their second restaurant, SuperBite, chefs Greg Denton and Gabi Quiñónez Denton deliver bold, global flavors; celebrating the synergy of seemingly separate bites that go even better together. At SuperBite, chefs and cooks alike develop dishes and can be spotted tableside, delivering their creations directly to guests.
Portland, OR 97205
Contemporary American, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday 5pm - 10pm Dinner
Friday - Saturday 5pm - 11pm
$50 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact Daniel Weiner at 503.222.0979
There are three parking garages all within a block of the restaurant, as well as street parking, which is metered until 7:00pm.
Streetcar at 11th and Alder, #15 bus at 11th and Alder, MAX stop at Galleria/SW 10th and Morrison.
Greg Denton and Gabrielle Quinonez Denton
Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The SuperBite Private Dining Room is available for your next business dinner or special event. Custom menus available.
SuperBite Ratings and Reviews
Every bite was exceptional! We ordered several small bite dishes. Each was a special treat. Entrees of duck confit pasta and a pork dish were superb. Sorry to hear they will be closing but excited to see what the same folks can conjure up in their new concept restaurant. Clearly they have inspired vision of what good food can be like in a "foodie" town!
Delightful special occasion celebration.
Service was very attentive and informed.
Food was delicious and every bite was enjoyable.
We were celebrating friends’ birthdays and the restaurant brought out two beautiful plates with Happy Birthday written in chocolate. Lovely ice cream on a nest of toasted hazelnuts topped with a candle. Really great!
Service was slow sitting at the bar. The restaurant was very drafty every time the door opened even though we sat at the end of the bar furthest from the door. And the bartender threw empty bottles enthusiastically into the trash creating unnecessary additional noise.
The Nashville fried cauliflower was tasty, but so oily that I couldn’t eat it. The beet salad with burrata and crabmeat was a very strange mix without anything to pull the odd combination together. The cheeseburger was better, but very messy, with wet slaw. The bun was soggy. The fires, while extra crispy as ordered, were mushy on the inside like frozen tater tots I hated as a child.
The decor was well designed and the staff friendly and knowledgeable about the menu. We ordered the tasting menu which consists of an Amuse bouchée - 3 small bites and 2 large plate and a small dessert. The lite bites are much better than the plates. The truffle spaghetti O’s lite bite was the best of all the plates. The ribeye was well presented but very, very fatty without much red meat. The sauce which smothered the ribeye was too rich for such a fatty meat so I give it a bust.
Everything was solid. Our server was great, cocktails were prepared properly, and the atmosphere was nice. We did the tasting menu with the wine pairing. The food was good but my expectations were high and not quite met. A few of the single bite dishes I felt were a little disappointing. And one of the wine pairings a little off too. The mains were very tasty and solidly portioned. We definitely did not leave hungry :) In a city with so many great restaurants I would still recommend to someone based on what they are looking for but not cracking the upper echelon I was hoping for from this dinner experience.
My husband and I chose this restaurant for an anniversary dinner. We were extremely satisfied with the wonderful chef's tasting menu. Every dish was absolutely delicious! My absolute favorite was the spaghettios. When the waitress said, "Your next dish will be spaghettios, my favorite." I thought, really? Then, when I took my first bite, it was pure heaven. I was delightfully surprised.
The service and atmosphere certainly contribute to the pleasure of this little gem of a restaurant. I highly recommend!
Perfect for a late-evening meal that was satisfying but not heavy. I'm still SO not a fan of the name (CHANGE it--you can do better! Ox was a great name) but the food is both innovative and delicious and our waiter was particularly knowledgable and charming. Highlights: salmon crudo, the tongue "sushi" (not the name on the menu but if you ask for that they'll know what you mean). Not a bad dish. Liked that we could reserve the high-top table in the bar area.
We have been to Superbite three times now and it has never disappointed. There are many great restaurants in Portland with excellent food and creative recipes, and Superbite is one of them, but what sets it apart for us is that the staff is so positive, attentive and warm. The experience is very welcoming. If the food were not top notch, though, we would not be repeat customers. It has been excellent each time.
It is a great restaurant for sharing together. The mix of small bites, medium plates and larger platters is conducive to making a tasting meal of your own.
The room is vibrant and festive, but not crazy loud. Not a place for a quiet, candle-lit romantic dinner, but for an engaging, warm, fun and romantic one? Yes.
We had a terrific meal with a lot of vibrant flavors and textures. Although there is a multiple course prix fixe option, we selected one mid-sized plate (salmon ceviche), and two entrees (trout and duck fettucine), as well as the lovely chocolate cake for dessert. This was more than enough for the two of us. All impeccably prepared, wonderful juxtapositions of flavors, and prompt and friendly and unaffected servers.
Husband and I came from out of state for the Duck game. We were looking for a place walking distance from our hotel and I found this spot and made a reservation a few days prior to arrival. We ordered the tasting menu with the wine pairings and were surprised to learn it was 7 courses with 4 wines for $90/pp. The mushroom/marshmallow was awesome and I wished there was more than one. The cavatelli was great and the quail was a standout for me. All the wines were great and we were definitely not wanting for more food at the end of the night. We thought the value was great and the food refined without being fussy.
the trout was amazing! the sauce alone was a standout. not a mashed potatoes fan but was the perfect buttery consistency and amazing for getting the most sauce on my fork! unfortunately, the scallops we had were kinda salty and not in that "of the sea" salinity way. still, service was great and our waiter was super chill.
There were 4 of us. We agreed to try the prix fixe menu ( it has to be everyone at the table). There were many really interesting courses, plenty of excellent food, and the pacing was perfect. For the price ($45) it was an incredible value too.
By far the best meal I've had in Portland in over a year! We had the tasting menu, and every coarse was spot on! Seriously, they made our anniversary! We can't wait to go back for happy hour to try the burger! Thank You SuperBite!!! You guys seriously rock!!!
While enjoying our food, I commented to my moher that I could not remember having a better meal in Portland, and I stand by it. The happy hour menu is a great deal, but this is a special occasion restaurant for an evening meal.
Outdoor seating was dog friendly!
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