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Pixar's New Food Movie; Jane Baking Its Own Bread

EMERYVILLE—Seven years on from Ratatouille, Emeryville-based Pixar is getting back into the food movie game with new six-minute short Feast, which follows a man's appetites through the eyes of his Boston terrier. It just premiered at a French film festival, where it was a huge hit; U.S. audiences can see it before showings of Disney's forthcoming Big Hero Six, which comes out on November 7. [~ EN ~]

PACIFIC HEIGHTS/TENDERLOIN—Fresh bread is a-baking at Jane on Fillmore and Jane on Larkin, where you can now buy slices or loaves of baguette, sourdough, olive bread, and walnut-fruit bread. Expect them to be out of the oven by 10 am. [Facebook]

THE MISSION—Here's a good excuse to go to town on Mission Bowling Club's famed Mission Burger: for the rest of June, $1 from each purchase of it and the green chili cheese fries will go to homeless youth charity At the Crossroads. [Mission Mission]

THE MISSION—A duo of top-notch pop-ups are going down at Naked Kitchen this weekend. On Saturday, Eddie Lau and Luis Villavelasquez will present their latest edition of Fortress: Solitude, complete with cocktail pairings ($70, or $95 including an afterparty), while on Sunday, Atelier Crenn sous chef Brian Limoges will debut his pop-up Muse ($75, BYOB). [EaterWire]