Titled the Midwest's premier purveyor of rare and exotic beers, this antique Greenwood eatery boasts over 300 bottled beers and another 40 on tap, all of which are imported from 21 different countries. In addition to the 400-or-so available brews, the place serves up a full menu of hearty, made-from-scratch comfort food -- everything from fried mac&cheese to breaded, deep-fried beef tenderloin. Gluten-heavy and sizably portioned, the plates at Shallos are rarely unsatisfying, always best complemented by one of the beer bar's numerous cold brews. The menu's most intriguing feature, however, is the lengthy list of antiques, available for purchase, following the entrees. These items -- everything from a Chevy V8 neon sign to an old high school gymnasium score board -- adorn the walls of the dining room, lending it a vintage, almost museum-like feel.