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PayPal at Outside Lands; Minako on the Move

GOLDEN GATE PARK—If you're headed to the park for this weekend's music festival, you won't need quite so much cash on hand. This year, you'll be able to buy food and drink with a PayPal app that will also nab you $3 off from certain venders like Chino (lumpia, cold sesame noodles, pork fried rice), Wise Sons (pastrami #19 sandwich, pastrami cheese fries) and Il Cane Rosso (fried egg sandwich, griddled french toast). [Tablehopper]

MISSION—Quirky organic Japanese spot Minako will be on the move this fall, as the lease is set to run out on their Mission Street location. But don't despair, brown rice sushi fans: Minako's owners are already looking at a new location at South Van Ness and 14th Street. [Tablehopper]

HAYES VALLEY—Longtime neighborhood falafel spot Hayes & Kebab will be vacating their location on Hayes and Laguna at the end of September as a new condo building moves in. But the family is optimistic about the future, saying that a PROXY food truck or Mission brick-and-mortar could be on the way, and noting that a return to their former address post-construction is on the table. [Hoodline]

OAKLAND—You're invited to go "creole crazy" at this month's Bocanova supper club dinner, which takes place tomorrow night (Thursday, Aug. 7th). The $78 menu includes dishes like caramelized duck liver and spinach salad, shrimp creole and babas au rhum, plus wines available at below retail pricing. Call for reservations. [EaterWire]

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