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Outside Lands releases its Gastro Magic lineup, Maven revamps its menu + more foodie news

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Fire up your bellies—there's much to eat this week.

Feed on Women Power @ Tartine

Head to Tartine Manufactory tonight for an epic feast prepared by women in food, agriculture, and wine. The fixings will come courtesy of Nightbird's Kim Alter, Cosecha's Domenica Rice, Nopa's Hannah Ziskin, Slanted Door's Michelle Mah, and Tartine's own Liz Prueitt, of course. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Planned Parenthood. Make reservations on OpenTable. // 595 Alabama St. (Mission), tartinemanufactory.com


Get Some Masala Fries With That

Spice up your happy hour at the Mission's popular Indian soul food spot, Dum, where a selection of $6 savory snacks—think Szechuan-glazed chicken wings, kale pakoras, and chaat masala garlic fries—are ready to pair wth $5 beers and $6 glasses of wine. Happy hour is Wednesday through Sunday, 3pm to 6pm. // 3111 24th St (Mission), dumsf.com


Ready for a Gastronomic Performance?

The peeps at Outside Lands have announced this year's lineup on the Gastro Magic stage, where comedy, music, and food collide. Look for food-obsessed rapper Action Bronson to provide his annotated guide to eating well; pizza god Chris Bianco tossing his famous pies to tunes from the band Joseph; and State Bird Provisions' Stuart Brioza's tutorial on how to properly flip flapjacks. Of course, it wouldn't be Outside Lands without a twerking appearance from Big Freedia, who will be sure to have the crowd bouncing for beignets. // Aug. 11-13 (Golden Gate Park), sfoutsidelands.com


Quoth the Maven

Beloved for its cocktails and the Chinatown Duck Sliders, Maven has revamped its menu, moving away from small plates to focus on heartier, rustic fare in generous portions at lower prices. New dishes include summer squash cavatelli with tomato cream, parmesan and parsley puree; clam and mussel couscous; and more. Banana bread French toast with peanut brittle, chocolate, and whipped cream is also sweetening up the brunch menu. (Don't worry, you can still order the sliders and the Maven burger.) // 598 Haight St. (Lower Haight), maven-sf.com

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