|Location||Washington Street and Front Street|
|Proprietor||Joel Peter Pitkin|
|Proprietor Weakness||Threatening Innocents|
|Venue Difficulty||Very Easy|
In 1945 Joel Peter Pitkin is forced to pay money to the Corleones.A small tailoring outlet in Brooklyn, proprietor Joel Peter Pitkin swiftly fell under the thumb of the Tattaglia family, who provide the majority of his clientele. The influence of the Tattaglias and caporegime Tony Bianchi also meant that a boxing club began in the backroom of Pitkin's store.
In 1945,Aldo Trapani began making moves on Brooklyn and seized Pitkin's Garments for himself.