Jack Tanzini operated the Italian-American Garden restaurant at 104 Broadway in 1924.  It was apparently a speak-easy.  He was a brother of bootlegger Pietro Tanzini.

Lake Placid News, December 19, 1924


Jack Tanzini of Saranac Lake, proprietor of the Italian-American Garden restaurant in the Adirondack village, was assessed heavily by Judge Cooper in federal court at Utica, when Tanzini entered a plea of guilty to violation of the Volstead law. The sentence was a fine of $1,000 and 30 days in jail. Tanzini was charged with possession of nineteen bottles of Canadian ale.