The story says the bar, which first opened in 1896, is "the centerpiece of Georgetown. He added, "We have stuff on the wall that dates back to the '40s and '50s. It's part of the town; it's part of the culture. And by them taking that, they really did take part of history, part of our town. We're going to leave the space that was there vacant, and we're going to put up a plaque. We're not really happy about it. It is kind of 'big brother' flexing their arm."