|Location||Fleet Alley and Plymouth Street|
|Proprietor Weakness||Using Firearms|
|Racket Boss||Tony Tattaglia|
|Racket Boss Weakness||Hand-to-Hand Strikes|
Valentino's was a nightclub in Brooklyn owned by the glamourous Mona Scarletti, however it was immediately seized on opening by Tony Tattaglia, who initiated a brothel in the backrooms of the club in exchange for protection. Unlike most Tattaglia businesses, this brothel was notoriously difficult to infiltrate (or rather, to leave it alive again).
However in 1946, Aldo Trapani managed to forcefully gain an audience with Tattaglia, and after some negotiation, the club became property of the Corleone family. (Maximum protection of proprietor is $2250).