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Love afternoon teas? Join us at the Omni William Penn for the best available in their beautiful Terrace Room. Your host, Pittsburgh's most famous Drag Queens, Kierra Darshell will provide an exceptional fun time to complement the wonderful tea, sandwiches and pastries. Then tell all of your friends you had tea with The Queen!
The Edwardian splendor of the Omni William Penn hotel will provide the backdrop for an authentic, English afternoon tea. You will savor tea sandwiches, scones, pastries, fruit, and your selection of tea. A unique experience for Pride Week. And since this is afternoon tea, and we are Britsburgh after all, ladies, please feel free to wear your hats!
NOTE: Vegetarian and gluten free options are available.
About our hostess: Kierra Darshell is the Queen of our Hearts! You have seen her grace the covers of magazines. You have partied with her at a plethora of Corporate events, the Mattress Factory, and the Andy Warhol Museum. You have had brunch with her at the Improv, "Kierra Darshell's Sunday Drag Brunch." You have played Outrageous Bingo with her at Temple Rodef Shalom, and now you will have the unique experience of having a traditional afternoon tea with her in celebration of Pride Week.
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