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Cisero’s Ristorante & Nightclub Restaurant Review: One of the more affordable places on Main Street, Cisero’s draws tourists with family in tow---but the dining experience will wane negative if you have high expectations for this loud Italian eatery. Heavy on the oil, but sparse with the spices, the portions are generous but often unmemorable. That said, children will like the kids’ plates, paper table covers and the crayons. We recommend avoiding the fish dishes and sticking to the individual-size pizzas. A big draw is Spaghetti Night Monday when garlic bread, Italian salad and your choice of meat or marinara sauce is only $6.99 per person. Another option is the Sunday brunch, which features a selection of fresh fruits, hot dishes like scrambled eggs or lasagna, your choice of individually made egg dishes and an open air setting full of lively servers. The downstairs nightclub opens at 5 p.m., serving appetizers and dinner in front of several flat screen TVs. Around 10 p.m., the joint gets hopping with guest DJs and live bands.