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|Location||Allen Street and Eldridge Street|
|Proprietor Weakness||Grabs and strangles|
|Racket Boss||Billy Delveccio|
|Racket Boss Weakness||Threatening with firearms|
|Racket Difficulty||Very easy|
Arezzo Seafood was a fish market in Little Italy run by Alfredo Arezzo. Business was booming until the early 1940s when Billy Delveccio and his boss Rocky Della Barca took over and made it a wholesale distributor in their liquor smuggling operations in Little Italy. Merchandise would arrive at Verona Warehouse, travel through Global Trading and end up at Arezzo's where it was distributed to customers.
Fall and riseEdit
But before long the Tattaglias fell into disorganisation and Delveccio was soon forgotten. Billy slacked on his job since his family really did not check up on him anymore and his business declined. Alfredo started losing business due to the shady deals going on in his shop which fell into disrepair.
However, in 1945, Aldo Trapani, under the command of Luca Brasi, took over the business for the Corleone family. Happy with the leadership change Alfredo and Delveccio gained renewed vigor for their racket and business and all around upkeep of Arezzo Seafood.