The Bergin Hunt and Fish Club is a former Gambino crime family mob hangout and headquarters that was located at 98-04 101st Avenue in Ozone Park (a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens). John Gotti used to unofficially run the club. He kept an office in the back with a large closet full of custom-made suits, and a barber chair, in which he would get a hair trim everyday. In 1992, when Gotti was sentenced to life in prison, ownership of the club went to his older brother Peter Gotti, who eventually had to sell half of the club's property to another business. by the late 1990's The Gambino Family decided to sell the club after years of neglect and mismanagement, and the curious onlookers who would walk up to the window and look in, and even walk right in to the private club.