|The Luna Bar|
|Location||40th Street and Park and Fourth Avenue, Midtown Manhattan|
|Proprietor Weakness||Threatening with Firearms |
To prevent the police raids, the Tattaglia family did not have official ownership of the Bar, it was managed by associate Roberto Pitzini. However, in 1950, shortly following Bruno's death, Pitzini was visited by Aldo Trapani, and he complained to the soldato about several Tattaglia goons who were setting off fireworks behind the club. Trapani got rid of the men, and Pitzini changed allegiances.