The 3,300 square-foot building in Midtown’s Winn Park, that has been vacant for more than a decade, will become a picnic-style restaurant serving ice cream, food and craft beer. Once used as a fire alarm station and a city information technology department, Winn Park has become a frequent gathering spot for homeless.
The 3,300 square-foot building in Midtown’s Winn Park, that has been vacant for more than a decade, will become a picnic-style restaurant serving ice cream, food and craft beer. Once used as a fire alarm station and a city information technology department, Winn Park has become a frequent gathering spot for homeless. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee
The 3,300 square-foot building in Midtown’s Winn Park, that has been vacant for more than a decade, will become a picnic-style restaurant serving ice cream, food and craft beer. Once used as a fire alarm station and a city information technology department, Winn Park has become a frequent gathering spot for homeless. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee
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September 21, 2017 2:07 PM

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