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Veloce Launches Beer Program; Fig & Olive Blames Third Party for Salmonella

Plus, Brookland's Finest teams up with Atlas.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

PENN QUARTER— The Fig & Olive controversy continues. Now, the restaurant is blaming a third party for the salmonella outbreak, but court documents don't name names [WCP]

FARRAGUT— Veloce has officially launched its beer program this week. Josh Fernands is behind the program, which will have a selection of canned beers and two drafts (right now Ballast Point Sculpin IPA and Right Proper's Ornette Farmhouse Ale). The restaurant also has a pizza special this week to pair with the farmhouse ale. [EaterWire]

BROOKLAND— Brookland's Finest is teaming up with Atlas Brew Works this month for four beer dinners. They're $35 and kicking off tomorrow. [EaterWire]