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Ten Best Labor Day Parties of 2014

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5. Mad Men Party at Stache

8 p.m. Saturday, August 30, at Bar Stache 1920's Drinking Den, 109 SW 2nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale. $10 cover. Visit Facebook.

Obsessed with Don Draper? Consider your Saturday night plans already made with Stache's Mad Men party. This themed par-tay is complete with '60s themed burlesque, craft cocktails, delectable hors d'ouvres, gourmet crepes, vendors, live art, and music by DJs LinderSmash and Tonx.

Bonus: Attendees pay $5 instead of $10 when RSVP-ing to [email protected] The "London look" is strongly encouraged.

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4. Labor Day Weekend White Brunch

10 a.m., Sunday, August 31, at S3 Restaurant. 505 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Visit Facebook.

An all white brunch sponsored by Moet champagne? They're so fancy, but you already know. Fort Lauderdale's swanky S3 restaurant hosts a Sunday funday brunch complete with live music and classy attire.

Twilight Note's Adam Foster will DJ with a live saxophone and violin player form the band Urban Tribal Project. It's going to be a bubbly and decadent way to celebrate the last day you can wear white until Memorial Day.

3. Labor Day Street Party

4 p.m., Sunday, August 31, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, 310 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit tarponbend.com.

Downtown Fort Laudy celebrates Labor Day in the best way they know how, and that's with an all day, all night block party. Picture a DJ and live band, food and drink specials and all around debauchery when the sun goes down. Fam in town? Kids under 12 eat free till 6, so your little cousins can get all the food they need. Come at 7, it's your turn to party.

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Natalya Jones