Dessert Goals is bringing the party animals to LIC
by Jennifer Khedaroo
Feb 20, 2019 | 3275 views | 0 0 comments | 324 324 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Well, Amazon might not be coming to Long Island City anymore, but Dessert Goals is making a comeback to the neighborhood.

On March 23 and 24, the dessert festival will be popping up at Sound River Studios.

This year’s theme is Party Animal, and festival creator Miraya Berke is leaving no treat un-tasted with dessert options for sweet-tooths of all shapes and sizes from more than 20 can’t-miss vendors.

Vendors include Tea and Milk, Kochin, Squish Marshmallows, 10Below, Brooklyn Floss, Jessie’s Nutty Cups, Stache of Goods, Posh Pretzels, Spoonable Spirits, Moon Man and more.

Newly announced vendors include 10Below and Oddfellows Ice Cream. For the event, Oddfellows is bringing an exclusive flavor called “Tiger Stripes.” Tiger Stripes will be comprised of an extra virgin olive oil and Thai iced tea base with a fudge tiger stripe.

General Admission tickets are on sale at $17 per person, in addition to “Extra Sugar Rush” tickets for those seeking more opportunities to #treatyoself ( at $35 per person).

Tickets also include a candy bar with free candy from Red Vines + Sour Punch; complimentary beverages from Bodum, Boxed Water and Harmless Harvest; a savory salt bar to “cleanse your palate;” and an Instagram Garden designed specifically for your ‘gram needs.

The Extra Sugar Rush tickets include perks such as an 30 extra minutes of glorious dessert indulgence, for a full two-hour experience, and a gift bag filled with super sweet surprises.

There are also tickets for debut events including the Dessert Goals at Night preview party featuring boozy desserts for all (21+, $55 per person) on Friday, March 22nd, and a dog-friendly time slot on Sunday, March 23rd hosted by the Kylie and Kendall of canines, @puppynamedcharlie and Sawyer.

Tickets can be found on Eventbrite.

(Photos by Pratya Jankong)

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