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Fruits of Your Labor

By definition, Labor Day celebrates the economic and social contributions of workers. Which translates to one thing: Monday off! Make it a late Sunday with any of our five ways to celebrate the “end” of summer.

Hyde Beach at the SLS is calling your name this Labor Day.

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Hyde Beach at the SLS
Hyde Beach at the SLS South Beach doesn’t know how to take the weekend off, but it sure knows how to help those who do. In its usual Sunday Funday fashion, the hotel is welcoming EDM extraordinaire David Tort to take over the decks. Don’t feel like leaving? Check in for the night and come back the next day for South Beach legends Oscar G and Donnie Lowe who will keep the Labor Day party going from noon until nightfall. 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.674.1701,

Robin Thicke & Pharrell Williams
There is nothing “Blurred” about it—Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams are having a great summer career-wise, so it’s only fitting they end the season at the iconic Fontainebleau. At this BleauLive performance each will be performing an individual set and then end the evening with their hit, “Blurred Lines.” You know you want it. Sept. 1, 2pm, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.538.2000,

Locals Only at Area 31
We love a sale with local flavor. From Aug. 31 to Sept. 2 at Area 31, those with a Florida driver’s license can enjoy happy hour pricing on cocktails all day long and certain wine bottles at $31. Cheers to that! 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305.424.5234,

Wood Tavern
A long summer weekend just isn’t the same without some great American barbecue. The folks at Wood Tavern certainly think so. To celebrate you and the fruits of your labor, the Wynwood hotspot is offering $5 glasses of sangria, DJs spinning old school hits and grill masters firing up ribs, burgers, and even options for veggie lovers. 2531 NW Second Ave., Miami, 305.748.2828,

Nikki Beach
This Sunday, just make a day of it. At Nikki Beach, you can. Brunch starts at 11am and the venue’s Endless Summer Party continues throughout the day and into the evening with music, cocktails... the works. It’s as labor non-intensive as it gets. 1 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.538.1111,