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160 Years of Local History

The Olde Heidelberg Restaurant & Tavern was built in 1860 by Heinrich Adam Müller, also known as Henry Miller. It was originally called 'The Great Western Hotel'. In its 160 years of history, it has served as a stagecoach stop, been affected by Prohibition, two world wars, and the introduction of the automobile, and welcomed guests from all over the world. Below are a few photos with stories from The Heidelberg's history. 

Have an old photo of the Heidelberg that you would like to share with us? Give us a call or message us on Facebook! We always love to see old photos of the restaurant and hear stories from our patrons!
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