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Winter Party Festival's Annual Women's Brunch Is No Tea Party

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Women gathered at the Shore Club in South Beach from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. yesterday for the Winter Party Festival's annual Women's Brunch.

WPF celebrates LGBT culture while raising funds for the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. Each year, tens of thousands of LGBT and LGBT allies, arrive in South Beach to get down and to give.

Single lesbians as well as many couples sipped on one complimentary mimosa or bloody mary as they munched on brunch. Terraza, the Shore Club's restaurant near the pool, served dozens of unique dishes and made to order omelets, as well as pizzas, fruits, cold meats and cheeses, and desserts, including chocolate-covered strawberries. We were granted access with our media passes, so decided to check it out.

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The vibe was warm and inviting. The women were here to mingle and give back to the community.

Here are some of the people and menu items we came across at the WPF Women's Brunch:

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