Eleven O One Coming to the Polk, Beachside Comes to Outer Sunset, Free Drinks at Bar Basic, and More

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Polk Gulch: Hank's Eats (1101 Polk Street) is on the way out and will be replaced by Eleven O One, from owner Ike Aboubzou who also owns late-night sandwich place Bite (912 Sutter Street) and the Yogi Food Market next door. This concept could well be similar to Bite. [Grub Street]

Outer Sunset: Out at the beach, at 4300 Taraval (at 48th Avenue), karaoke venue C Bar appears to be closing and something called Beachside is taking its place, also with a food component. [Grub Street]

Also, Hong Gong Seafood Restaurant (1935 Taraval) is becoming Dumpling Kitchen. [Grub Street]

SoMa: Bar Basic (510 Brannan at 4th) rings in its first anniversary tonight with a party, an open bar from 5 to 6 p.m., and regular Wednesday night food truck resident, Hapa SF. [SFoodie]

Pacific Heights: Baker & Banker is doing a special dinner on April 5 featuring Devil's Gulch rabbit and lamb, and wines by Scherrer Winery. It's $75 a head, reserve at 415.351.2500. [Grub Street]

Mission: Maverick (3316 17th Street) has a new menu and a semi-new chef de cuisine, Matt Brimer. Also, they're doing these awesome sounding "butter burgers" on Tuesdays. [Tablehopper, Scoop]

And you know about The Corner's pop-up thing? Well, the same ownership owns St. Francis Fountain and Boogaloos, and future pop-ups will be happening there too, including a graffEats residency at Boogaloos on March 17, 18, 24, and 25. [Eater]

Fort Mason: The annual Rhone Rangers tasting event is coming on March 26. [Tablehopper]

Mountain View: Chez TJ has hired a new chef: Joey Elenterio, who was former exec Scott Nishiyama's sous chef. [Scoop]