Coffeeshops have books. Bookstores have coffeeshops. But spots that offer a first-rate selection of titles along with a full-service bistro are rarities . . . except for Joseph-Beth Booksellers on Shaker Square. There is something for everyone inside Brontë, the bookstore's cleverly named restaurant and café, from early-morning cappuccinos and muffins to noonday soups and salads and dinnertime chicken, chops, and pasta. Brunch is popular on long, lazy Sunday afternoons; a slice of flourless chocolate cake is good anytime. All is served forth in a light-filled, contemporary space with tan and cobalt ceilings, faux-granite tabletops, jewel-toned upholstery, and a lovely view of refurbished Shaker Square.