"All Good Things" is similar to the kind of food experience you find in Europe.
So there's the bakery stall from orwashers, the butcher, cavaniolas for cheese, the "All Good Things" fish monger and produce stand, a florist called pollux, not to mention blue marble ice cream, blue bottle coffee, and Nunu gourmet chocolates. There's a counter area that serves lighter fare with a more formal restaurant soon to open. The menu will be based on what's carried there. Since "All Good Things" opened last month, there's always a steady stream of customers. Shopping can be quick and enjoyable. Ryan's partner in the business is an interior designer, so the space is much more luxurious than your typical market and the combination seems to be a success. "I see the same people three to four times a week, good products and people are enjoying themselves here," Tate said.
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ALL GOOD THINGS
102 Franklin Street
New York, NY 10013
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