Closer Look: Ni.Do. Caffe on the Upper East Side

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Bill Wisser
Matteo Paderni leans with one hand on a chocolate-brown bentwood chair and makes a lively gesture with the other. At his Upper Eastside eatery, Ni.Do. Caffè, he speaks in rapid Italian to a 50-something patron, a gentleman wearing a starched white button-down shirt and his brunet hair slicked back like a Roman Antonio Banderas. Read the full review on Ni.Do. Caffe.