|West Side Willy's|
|Proprietor Weakness||Using Firearms|
|Racket Boss||Connie 'The Cauldron' Smith|
|Racket Boss Weakness||Hand-to-hand strikes|
|Venue Difficulty||Very Hard|
West Side Willy's was a nightclub owned by and named after former entertainer Willy Aguilare, who used his business as a front for a branch of the Barzini diamond racket run by Connie Smith. It was known to be one of the top nightspots in New York City, but among criminal circles it was also known as one of the toughest.
West Side Willy's remained under the thumb of the Barzini family until 1954, when it was attacked by the Corleone family and changed hands.