Earth-toned tiles, exposed brick, and aged wooden beams dominate the cellar-like interior of Village Bistro, where hearty omelets and grilled sandwiches are served throughout the day. At night, however, the dimly lit eatery transforms into a tapas bar. Servers sidle up to tables with Spanish, Mediterranean, and French small plates, artistically arranged platings ranging from empanadas and grilled calamari to ratatouille and stuffed grape leaves. Behind the polished bar, chalkboards are scrawled with the evening's offerings. Other accents?an ancient wooden door, an antique cash register, and a wall decorated with fragments of wine crates?lend a rustic atmosphere and provide more stable decor than wistful Spanish grandfathers.