The dining room at Revery resembles something of a new-age farm house, dressed in red brick and repurposed wood, and littered with splintered oak barrels. The bar is wood-paneled and white-washed, with bulbs housed in mason jars hanging from the ceiling, while the full stock of spirits shelved behind offer something of a contemporary twist on the rustic space. The cuisine is creative American, updated seasonally and prepared exclusively with local meat and produce. With a heavy focus on meat and fish-centric entrees, the menu boasts things like Flat Iron steak, Scottish salmon with beets, and short ribs with brie-topped Brussels sprouts -- equal parts balanced and indulgent. The drink menu, also curated seasonally, offers a number of inventive house-creations, while the bourbon-forward cocktail program offers over 100 varieties of the stuff to whiskey connoisseurs, and novices, alike.