The ShelBi Street in Fountain Square has been re-opened with a fresh new menu, and great beer selection, as the End of the Line Public House. The much better name is an homage to the new Cultural Trail ending in Fountain Square and to the street cars that used to turn around and begin their journey all over again right in front of the restaurant. On the recommendation of our friendly server, I split an order of the baked pretzels with my dining companion. I wish I wouldn't have offered to split them. OH MY ......... Four nice size, piping hot salty pretzels with two warm cheezy dipping sauces. The rest of the menu consists of pizzas, salads and sandwiches. All the sandwiches are $10 and come with a pickle and your choice of several sides. I went with the Big Jesse which was a heap of juicy beef brisket on a toasty Italian roll topped with peppers, carrots and onions. I had a side of the house mac 'n cheese which was equally satisfying. A baked veggie burger with a side of fingerling potatoes went to the opposite side of the table and was thoroughly enjoyed. There are plenty of vegetarian options to choose from, which is always appreciated. The evening we were there a sign proclaimed there were 15 craft beers on tap, and I chose the Fountain Square Brewing Company's Oatmeal Stout which really hit the spot! Tasty food + Great service + Pleasant atmosphere = GOOD TIME!