Most striking feature:
The laidback atmosphere. When you enter All Good Things you first see a market. There’s a butcher, a cheese shop, a flower shop and a bakery. When you walk all the way to the back you see that they have a cool cafe there. And they even have a restaurant, called Le Restaurant, downstairs which earned a Michelinstar in 2013. All Good Things could have been a Brooklyn restaurant because of the interior and the atmosphere, but it’s located in Tribeca. Chef Ryan Tate serves a tasting menu of 100 dollar in his Scandinavian-inspired basement (do make a reservation, only open from Tuesday – Saturday), but if you’re there during the day you could try some of the fresh produced drinks or food in their cafe.
Check out: www.allgoodthingsny.com