Even though the Boston bar in “Cheers” was known as the place where everybody knows your name, Visconti’s aims to bring that kind of hospitality to the midtown Manhattan area, judging by the familiarities passed between patrons and management.Greetings are made by owners Teddy Suric and Giuseppe Viterale, who frequently refer to patrons by name and proceed each salutation with a firm handshake.“It’s just me and Giuseppe,” Suric says. “There’s no maîtred’, no manager, no hostesses yet, but ...

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