"Cool it with the boom-booms," at a pleasant saloon mascotted by a late, great Cleveland-area TV-horror host.. In Short Before splitting to do voiceovers in L.A.--and see son Paul turn movie director--local broadcaster Ernie Anderson immortalized himself as "Ghoulardi," the fright-wigged host of late-night horror flicks. His hipster catchphrases and favored mid-'60s decor flavor this friendly, spacious bar and grill. Besides the infamous (non-alcoholic) Ghoul Brew and Froggie Squeezin's, fare leans toward locally-brewed beers, steaks, salads and sandwiches. Live bands regularly play; the Dorothy Room (a Ghoulardi in-joke) hosts private parties.