|Location||37th Street and Fourth Avenue|
|Proprietor||Edward M. Beaux|
|Proprietor Weakness||Threatening Innocents|
|Venue Difficulty||Very Hard|
In 1945 Edward M. Beaux is forced to pay money to the Corleones.Named after an affectionate nickname for the store's proprietor Edward M. Beaux, Mookie's was the most reputable tailor shop in New York City, gaining the patronage of the Barzini family in return for their protection.
Beaux fought hard to keep this shop running his way and put up a struggle when Aldo Trapani paid him a visit.In 1945 Aldo Trapani forced Edward M. Beaux, he finally relented and gave the Barzinis cut to the Corleones.