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MoesX150.jpgNothing says lazy Sunday brunch like a Bloody Mary, and Charleston Magazine has a roundup of some of the best. Choices range from Mediterranean place Tabbuli's "The Ultimate Bloody Mary" with a falafel and home fries garnish to sports bar Moe's Crosstown Tavern's "Moe Hot Bloody Mary" full of Cajun spice, ghost pepper powder, roasted habaneros and cayenne. There's plenty variations of the cocktail to sample this weekend. [CM]

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