I searched the boards, and couldn't find anything, so I thought I'd bring this unique Tribeca location to CH'ers attention.
It's called All Good Things. They are located on Franklin St. Between Church and Broadway. Amazingly, I just discovered this place and it has been here for months. I decided it is good to change your usual walking route. I don't think I've ever walked down that street. In the past I just stop at Pecan one block west of there for coffee and turn back. Or go to the next block to Billy's.
All Good Things is great. The owners lease out space to various vendors. Some of the vendors are, Orwasher's bread ( which is really delicious bread),NuNu Chocolates ( they have real good hot chocolate too),
Dickson's Meats ( they sell meats and also make sandwiches, the roast beef sandwich was good),Blue Bottle Coffee ( good quality coffee, the service a bit slow, the drip method of one cup at a time is interesting but the result is good).
The owner's have a fish stall, with very fresh fish and a good variety. Most interesting, is that they presently have a bar with about 6 seats and 2 tables for a delicious sounding menu of cooked food. In about a week they will be opening their restaurant downstairs, and will have a tasting menu. The present menu looked delicious. The food I guess is American, with seafood dishes, meat dishes and pasta. I'm not sure what the new menu will be, but I'm told it changes daily. I can't wait to try it.