With French onion soup and house-made pâté gracing its menu, this quaint tucked-away bistro offers an escape, whether for romance or convivial conversation. Rêve is one of only a handful of classic French restaurants in the area, and perhaps the only one offering (on our visit) guinea hen and venison. Our fork-tender beef cheeks were decadent, spooned over cheese-rich polenta. There are more familiar dishes, too, such as the classic steak frites and a riff on coquilles St. Jacques: seared scallops on creamy butternut squash risotto. Dessert and a dry mushroom tart did not wow, and the service was still finding its way in the opening weeks, but we were charmed by the overall experience and spacious outdoor patio. Dinner Tues.–Sat.