New York Mafia Locations

Take your own self-guided tour of some of New York's most infamous mafia locations

New York Mafia Locations and Map: Take your own tour

This is a location guide to the mafia in New York.

These are places where some of the most infamous mobsters lived, hung out, and unceremoniously died in a hail of bullets.

Check out the restaurant where Paul Castellano was gunned down by his subordinates, or visit the social club that belonged to Genovese mob boss Vincent "The Chin" Gigante.

The guides below contain coordinates, addresses, photographs, and detailed background information. You can also use our map feature to get a better idea of where each place is located.

Sparks Steak House

Manhattan, New York

In December 1985, Gambino crime boss Paul Castellano and his underboss, Thomas Bilotti, were assassinated outside of Sparks Steak House in Manhattan.

The hit was orchestrated by senior members of the Gambino, many of whom had grown tired of Castellano's leadership.

Paul Castellano's house

Staten Island, New York

Before his death, Castellano lived at this large 10,000-square-foot mansion on Staten Island.

The residence was nicknamed "the White House" by mobsters and law enforcement officials.

The street where Frank DeCicco was killed by a car bomb

Brooklyn, New York

DeCicco was a senior member of the Gambino family. He was also one of the main players who took part in the unsanctioned coup against Castellano.

For this, he paid with his life.

In April 1986, DeCicco was killed by a car bomb on this street in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn.

The location where Albert Anastasia was killed

Manhattan, New York

On October 25th, 1957, crime boss Albert Anastasia was shot dead at Arthur Grasso's barber shop in Manhattan.

Following the murder, his organization became known as the Gambino family.

Unfortunately, the barbershop where Anastasia was killed no longer exists. These days, it is the location of a Starbucks store.

Lucky Luciano's childhood home

Manhattan, New York

The father of the Italian-American mafia, Charles "Lucky" Luciano, grew up in this building in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan.

It was here that the young immigrant started his life of crime.

John Gotti's house

Queens, New York

Gambino boss John Gotti lived at this modest house in Queens up until his arrest in 1990.

In 1992, "the Teflon Don" was sentenced to life in prison for murder and racketeering.

The Ravenite Social Club

Manhattan, New York

The Ravenite Social Club served as the main hangout for the Gambino crime family.

During the late 1980s, it became the main focus of a federal investigation into John Gotti and his crew.

The Gemini Lounge

Brooklyn, New York

The Gemini Lounge in Brooklyn served as the headquarters of Gambino soldier Roy DeMeo.

It is believed that DeMeo's crew murdered and dismembered more than 100 people at this location during the 1970s and 1980s.

Ironically, the building is now home to a church.

The Triangle Social Club

Manhattan, New York

The Triangle Social Club was a mob hangout for the Greenwich Village Crew, which was a part of the Genovese crime family.

Mafia boss Vincent Gigante spent most of his days at this address.

The restaurant where mobster Joe Gallo was shot dead

Manhattan, New York

On April 7th, 1972, mobster Joe Gallo was shot dead at this restaurant on Mulberry Street in Little Italy.

It is believed that the Colombo family carried out the killing.

The location where Carmine Galante was assassinated

Brooklyn, New York

Feared mobster Carmine "The Cigar" Galante was shot dead at this address on Knickerbocker Avenue in Brooklyn in July 1979.

Galante was reportedly "whacked" by the Commission after he attempted to merge New York's mafia families under his control.

The boat club where Roy DeMeo was found murdered

Brooklyn, New York

The body of Gambino soldier Roy DeMeo was found in the trunk of a car at this boat club in the Sheepshead Bay area of Brooklyn.

He had been shot five times in the head.

His murder was ordered due to fears that he might cooperate with the federal authorities.

The Bergin Hunt and Fish Club

Queens, New York

The Bergin Hunt and Fish Club in Queens served as the main base of operations for mobster John Gotti.

It remained a hangout spot for the Gambino family up until 2005.

Carlo Gambino's house

Brooklyn, New York

Mob boss Carlo Gambino lived at this house in Brooklyn up until his death in October 1976.

Nicknamed the "boss of bosses", Gambino held a great deal of influence over the five mafia families of New York.

Frank Cali's house

Staten Island, New York

In March 2019, Gambino mob boss Frank Cali was shot dead outside of this house on Staten Island.

The authorities believe that his killer was a paranoid conspiracy theorist who believed that Cali was working for the CIA.

The location where Robert DiBernardo was murdered

Brooklyn, New York

In June 1986, mobster Robert DiBernardo was lured to a meeting at this building on Stillwell Avenue in Brooklyn and then murdered.

At the time, the office was being used as a front by "Sammy the Bull" Gravano and his crew.

DiBernardo's body has never been found. He remains missing to this day.

The Toyland Social Club

Manhattan, New York

The Toyland Social Club was a mob hangout for the Bonanno crime family.

It served as the headquarters of underboss Nicholas Marangello.

The Napoli E Notte Cafe

Manhattan, New York

The Napoli E Notte Cafe served as a headquarters for the Genovese crime family.

Senior mafia members such as Thomas Eboli and Frank "Funzi" Tieri held meetings at this location on a daily basis.

The location where Thomas Eboli was whacked

Brooklyn, New York

In July 1972, senior mafia figure Thomas Eboli was shot dead outside of this house in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn.

It it believed that Carlo Gambino ordered the hit after the Genovese acting boss refused to repay a $4 million loan.

The murder remains unsolved to this day.

The Grand Avenue Social Club

Queens, New York

The Grand Avenue Social Club served as a hangout for the Bonanno mafia family.

It was reportedly owned by a capo named Vincent Asaro.

Tali's Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge

Brooklyn, New York

Tali's Restaurant served as the main headquarters of Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano.

A Gambino hitman shot and killed its owner, Michael "Mickey" DeBatt, in 1987.

The Motion Lounge

Brooklyn, New York

The Motion Lounge was a mob hangout in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn.

It was owned by Bonanno capo Dominick "Sonny Black" Napolitano.

Frank DeCicco's house

Staten Island, New York

Gambino underboss Frank DeCicco lived at 1300 Forest Hill Road on Staten Island until his assassination in April 1986.

The Hole: The mafia's graveyard

Queens, New York

In May 1981, Bonanno capos Alphonse "Sonny Red" Indelicato, Dominick Trinchera, and Philip Giaccone were buried at this vacant lot in The Hole.

A group of children discovered Indelicato's body shortly afterwards.

Trinchera and Giaccone remained undiscovered until October 2004, when the FBI launched a fresh dig at the site.

The Palma Boys Social Club

Manhattan, New York

The Palma Boys Social Club was a mob hangout in the East Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan.

The club served as the headquarters of Genovese capo Anthony "Fat Tony" Salerno.