Server Zion Gan, center, serves up lunch to Derrick Reimer, 27, left, of Reedley, Rob Walling, 40, second from left, of Fresno, Ian Nance, 35, second from right, of Fresno and Anna Jacobsen, 27, of Fresno, at The Republican, which opened in early November, in the old The Downtown Club building on Thursday, November 12, 2015 on Kern Street in downtown Fresno, California.
Server Zion Gan, center, serves up lunch to Derrick Reimer, 27, left, of Reedley, Rob Walling, 40, second from left, of Fresno, Ian Nance, 35, second from right, of Fresno and Anna Jacobsen, 27, of Fresno, at The Republican, which opened in early November, in the old The Downtown Club building on Thursday, November 12, 2015 on Kern Street in downtown Fresno, California. Silvia Flores sflores@fresnobee.com
Server Zion Gan, center, serves up lunch to Derrick Reimer, 27, left, of Reedley, Rob Walling, 40, second from left, of Fresno, Ian Nance, 35, second from right, of Fresno and Anna Jacobsen, 27, of Fresno, at The Republican, which opened in early November, in the old The Downtown Club building on Thursday, November 12, 2015 on Kern Street in downtown Fresno, California. Silvia Flores sflores@fresnobee.com

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