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Peep The Mouthwatering Tasting Menu At All Good Things

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    On a quest for the next big thing in the food industry, sisters Danielle and Laura Kosann have begun the journey with The New Potato. Profiling chefs, restauranteurs, and celebrities alike with cuisine questionnaires, the world of dining has reached a whole new level of delish.
    On a quest for the next big thing in the food industry, sisters Danielle and Laura Kosann have begun the journey with The New Potato. Profiling chefs, restauranteurs, and celebrities alike with cuisine questionnaires, the world of dining has reached a whole new level of delish. This week, the ladies show us through their tasting menu experience at Le Restaurant at All Good Things.

    All Good Things sums up perfectly both the Tribeca market it’s been named for as well as the cozy restaurant (Le Restaurant) that sits in the basement underneath the market. Ryan Tate’s ever-changing tasting menu downstairs is inspired by what’s fresh at the market upstairs, what’s seasonal, and even what inspires him on a day-to-day basis. That’s why we stopped by for a turn through the tasting menu ourselves; this one will surely make your mouthes water.

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