The inexpensive, traditional Italian-American fare (spaghetti with lots of red sauce, the popular 15-layer lasagna) and cocktails are only part of the draw at this downtown spot. A lot of the appeal lies in Spaghetti Warehouse's setting: a two-story, allegedly haunted old warehouse on Commerce. Stories about decades-old deaths in the elevator and in a chest of drawers upstairs abound, and ghost tours often stop through. (History lovers will appreciate it, unless they're serious Italian cuisine snobs.) You'll probably have a ghost of your meal in the fridge the next day, too - portions are huge.