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Peter's Kettle Corn Settles Down; The Next Five Guys?

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OAKLAND—Popular farmer's market stand Peter's Kettle Corn is going brick-and-mortar, with an unspecified location in Oakland's Laurel District set for sometime in the next month or two. Update: It's at 4139 MacArthur Blvd. [Facebook]

SAN FRANCISCO—Could a California-grown burger chain be the next Five Guys? Thrillist thinks Super Duper Burger and Umami Burger both may have what it takes, citing the former's "simple but succulent" creations and the latter's "no-holds-barred modern marvels." Speaking of which, Super Duper is set to open location #8 in Novato at the end of 2014. [Thrillist]

THE MISSION—Those crazy millennials, with their texting and their Snapchats. What do they like to eat? Do they even eat, or is it all just Soylent nowadays? Culintro asks the tough questions tonight at "Cracking the Code on Millennial Dining," a panel featuring Charles Phan, Laurence Jossel, and Andrew Freeman, none of whom are millennials. Admission is $40. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND—Congrats to Hopscotch, which is celebrating year two in uptown Oakland. To thank their fans, they're offering an $80 prix-fixe for two through Sunday (a veal chop and yuzu meringue pie are involved), plus $2 pints of Asahi at happy hour (3-5 pm). [EaterWire]

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