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During the day, the darling little Buvette serves as a French-themed luncheonette, transitioning to a wine bar closer to evening. Sit at the marble bar, crack some walnuts and complement a glass of wine with a plate of artisanal cheese, charcuterie or tartines (small, open-face toasted sandwiches). Suppertime will find chef-owner Jody Williams stewing lentils with black kale and shallots or whipping olive oil into house-cured salt cod to make classic brandade de morue. Schoolroom lights and a whimsical chandelier lend a golden glow and walls are charmingly adorned with Quimper pottery.