Sunday, October 7, 2012

All Good Things

Their name ins't lying.
 It really does serve All Good Things!
Picture a bustling market with fresh flowers, homemade bread, delicious coffee and yummy soups.  Now add New York City into the mix, and you've got my new favorite hangout--All Good Things.  Nestled on the corner of Franklin and Church, it's literally a one stop shop for the best local goods around.  I guessed you'd call it a gourmet food court of sorts because there's multiple vendors, each with specific selections.

I was first introduced to the lattes from Blue Bottle Coffee Co. on Friday, and already I've visited their tiny stand twice.  Sure, they're a little pricy at $4.25 each, but they're just so darn good.  Plus, each cup features a fancy froth designs.  So, if you're having a rough day and are deserving of a great cup of coffee, be sure to check it out.
They don't do that on my Pumpkin Spice Lattes at Starbucks...
And, according to its owner, a restaurant on its lower level will be opening soon.  I'm feeling a swanky field trip soon!

1 comment:

  1. All Good Things is such a great addition to the Tribeca neighborhood. Once the weather gets chillier, it will be nice to enjoy the local fare and a hot cup of coffee in the warm confines of this indoor market. Plus, a filling meal and a drink after shopping is always a great way to end the day.