Some of the leaves on the edge are a bit droopy, but it seems they survived.
In the lettuce, onion, and cauliflower bed, the romaine and leaf green lettuce did well while the mesclun mix is wilted. I will have to remember that for next year's planting. However, they were located on the end of the bed and it was a windy night and the row cover may not have stayed put too well.
The radishes look a bit droopy, carrots seem fine, and in the back is a pathetic artichoke plant. Last spring I had a bout of impulse shopping at the farmer's market and bought an artichoke plant. Even though I don't eat artichoke often, I thought I would if I grew it. However, I got zero artichokes and hundreds of aphids this past year. I was suppose to dig it up and store it for the winter, which you can see did not happen. It's not looking too great... we'll see if it survives.
Another bed of carrots, beets, turnips, and some others also seems to have made it through the chill.
Domino has been working hard to clean up the leftovers in the garden, including cabbage leaves: