According to paperwork registering the Acme Hotel Building with the National Register of Historic Places, the Heidelberg Bar was one of the longest operating bars in a single location when it closed in the early 1980s. Opened in the 1930s and tucked between the F.W. Woolworth store and a furrier, it was a popular downtown drinking establishment for people of all economic statuses. After the Heidelberg closed, the space at 109 N. Broadway became home to Casey's Golden Pheasant after Casey's moved from Minnesota Avenue. Casey's moved up Broadway a few years later, and the space became home to different restaurants before Barley's Casino moved in. Barley's Casino and Hooligans Sports Bar occupy the old Heidelberg space today.