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Bartenders mix it up for MMA charity

Laurie Swope for the Boston Globe

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Boston bartenders faced off Monday night during Tito’s Handmade Vodka’s Boston Bat Mix-Off, which benefited Office to Octagon (a mixed-martial-arts charity event) and a MMA scholarship fund that provides athletic opportunities to kids. The bartenders included P.J. Crowley of Battery Park; Peter Ketchum and Jesse Dupuis of the Brahmin and
Ostra, who were named runners-up for their cocktail-making skills; and Slate Bar and Grill’s Lindsey Smith (above), whose drinks made her the night’s big winner. The evening was hosted by BOND at The Langham.

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