On Our Radar: All Good Things


Putting Tribeca on the food market map and newest to the food market scene, All Good Things opened up shop — or should we say, shops? — earlier this month and is set to open a full-scale restaurant, aptly named “Le Restaurant,” in October.

The market lives in a former industrial building replete with brick walls and arched ceilings. Founder and designer Kyle Wittels is behind the artisanal and locally curated roll call of purveyors, with respected names like Orwasher’s Bakery, Blue Marble Ice Cream and Nunu Chocolates from Brooklyn, Dickson’s Farmstand Meats from Chelsea Market, Blue Bottle Coffee, Cavaniola’s cheeses, condiments, and cured meats, plus more on the list. A floral shop by Polux Fleuriste conjures thoughts of Seattle’s Melrose Market.

Chef Ryan Tate of Savoy will head up the kitchen at Le Restaurant, which is reported to be planning to offer a $70-80 prix-fixe menu that changes daily. Tate also runs the produce and seafood stands of the market.

Chelsea Market, Amsterdam Market and maybe even Smorgasburg-Brooklyn Flea: Make way! There’s another foodie market in town — we think there’s more than enough room.

All Good Things
102 Franklin St., between W. Broadway & Church

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  1. This is a unique dining experience. The atmosphere is comfortable and attractive and the service is extremely professional. The food is freshly prepared with a different menu every night. Each course was better than the last. Just sit back, relax and let them serve you some of the best food you will ever eat.

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