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    The century-old downtown Sacramento D.O. Mills Bank Building at 7th and J streets is being transformed into a culinary palace, offering perhaps a dozen distinct cuisines and more than 70 beers on tap. The extensive reworking of the historic building is being branded as simply “The Bank,” with project officials aiming for a late-summer opening.

The century-old downtown Sacramento D.O. Mills Bank Building at 7th and J streets is being transformed into a culinary palace, offering perhaps a dozen distinct cuisines and more than 70 beers on tap. The extensive reworking of the historic building is being branded as simply “The Bank,” with project officials aiming for a late-summer opening. Photography by Randall Benton/Video by Sue Morrow
The century-old downtown Sacramento D.O. Mills Bank Building at 7th and J streets is being transformed into a culinary palace, offering perhaps a dozen distinct cuisines and more than 70 beers on tap. The extensive reworking of the historic building is being branded as simply “The Bank,” with project officials aiming for a late-summer opening. Photography by Randall Benton/Video by Sue Morrow

Historic downtown bank building being converted to food, beer showplace

March 10, 2017 04:48 PM

UPDATED March 12, 2017 08:03 AM

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