For the best in downtown sandwiches…

For the best in downtown sandwiches one couldn’t beat Heine and Tyler’s. The facility was located at 119 North Fourth Street in 1928. It was an all male establishment; no women were allowed to trepass past its portals. They were famous for their Oyster Poorboy.  A long counter ran the length of the eatery and bar. Fine tobaccos, fountain specialties, draft beer, and German food was to be had in plenty. In later years, a walk up window was installed for the convenience of ladies wanting a sandwich of their own.

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