The Ambassador
Business information
Location Dock Street and Front Street
Proprietor Alexander Dominski
Proprietor Weakness Using Firearms
Maximum Protection $2,995
Venue Difficulty Hard
Family Tattaglia,Corleone

In 1945 Alexander Dominski is forced to pay money to the Corleones.The Ambassador was a hotel and social club in Brooklyn that was favoured by the Tattaglia family and particularly by caporegime Donnie Marinelli. The club was one of the few well protected Tattaglia businesses, serving as their official meeting place, and thus featured no rackets on the upper floors. It was run by Alexander Dominski, an old friend of Philip Tattaglia.

In 1955, Marinelli was beaten to death inside the club and in 1945 taken over by the Corleone family.