|Location||5th Street and Newark Street|
|Proprietor Weakness||Threatening With Firearms|
|Racket Boss||Louis Secondi|
|Racket Boss Weakness||Strangles|
In 1945 Joe Foley and Louis Secondi is forced to pay money to the Corleones.Operating from the former site of Rosie Rosen's Saloon, owned by its namesake, Joe Foley. It was known as the toughest bar in New Jersey, largely due to the presence of Louis 'Lips' Secondi, who ran a gold racket for the Stracci family in the basement.
In 1945, Aldo Trapani took down the bar and eliminated Secondis henchmen, replacing them with men loyal to Vito Corleone. A salesmen was known to ocassionally frequent this bar, selling the Lupara Semi-Automatic shotgun.