L at Bedford Ave.
This venue is closed.
A multi-purpose creative space situated in one the area’s many retired warehouses, this small Todd P. venue has quickly become a pillar of Brooklyn’s DIY community. Known only by its address, the empty, nondescript room is home to underground film screenings, art shows, parties, and all-ages live shows stacked with zeitgeisty indie bands. The room’s bare cement walls ensure that all attention is directed toward the performers. Depending on the event, kids might be found sitting quietly on the floor, or happily moshing their faces off. The no-frills bar is stocked to equip the of-age with PBR, local brews, and cheap but decent liquor.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.