All Good Things opens with scrumptious spreads

Downtown Express photos by Milo Hess

The recent opening of All Good Things was a welcome treat for gourmet-starved Tribeca residents. The European-style market — housed at 102 Franklin St. in a 2,000-square-foot former industrial building that has been renovated to highlight its natural, elegant beauty — features artisanal goods and produce from nine New York vendors whom creator Kyle Wittel tempted to come Downtown. They include Cavaniola’s Gourmet Cheese Shop of Sag Harbor; Brooklyn’s Blue Marble Ice Cream and Nunu Chocolates; the floral flourishes of Polux Fleuriste; Orwasher’s Bakery from the Upper East Side; Dickson’s Farmstand meats from Chelsea Market; and Blue Bottle Coffee.

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