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After reinventing itself, this French bistro in Williamsburg now serves even more affordable classics, like cassoulet and bouillabaisse, than it did when it first opened. In the back, a nineteenth-century--style wine lounge with antique furniture and a functioning fireplace opens onto a small garden space.