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AP Cafe x Ladyland Festival



This industrial-chic space is no ordinary coffee shop with its 16-foot tall glass windows, creative aura, and flavorful roster of dining options, it’s more like a hipster hidden gem. Hit AP Cafe for some eats and energy boosts before the festival, and fill up on brunch-inspired options like the Avocado Toastface Killah (smashed avocado, arugula, sun-dried tomatoes, lemon zest, poached eggs), the Goat Bowl (poached beets, seasonal squash, goat cheese, tossed in walnut & apple cider vinaigrette) and—no kidding—what some have called the best fried chicken and waffles they’ve had in NYC. 

Join an army of lovers in celebration of World Pride at Brooklyn’s second annual Ladyland Festival, where you and your person can let loose, let go and let love. This queer party features a sexy and fun line up including big names like Honey Dijon, Bottoms, Clara 3000, Octo Octa and Pussy Riot. Set in sprawling event space Brooklyn Mirage, it’ll be a huge night of queer music, dance, spirit, and jubilation.

Light Dinner, Music Festival
Euphoric, Inclusive

AP Cafe

420 Troutman Street, Brooklyn

idk tip: If you’re all about breakfast burritos, the Cardi B-rito is where you wanna set your sights.

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Credit: AP Cafe

Ladyland Festival

The Brooklyn Mirage, 140 Stewart Avenue, Brooklyn

idk tip: If you want to double the fun and double the dance, consider buying tickets for Day 2.

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Credit: Ladyland Festival