Photos: Frank Mastropolo)

The transformation of Orchard and Broome Streets into the Little Italy of the 1970s continues in preparation for the filming of The Irishman, director Martin Scorsese’s mob drama on the disappearance of labor boss Jimmy Hoffa.

The star of today’s reveals is the corner recreation of Umberto’s Clam House, one of many gangster haunts in the East Village and Lower East Side over the years.

Umberto’s is infamous as the restaurant where Colombo family member Joey Gallo was gunned down in April 1972. Gallo was suspected to be behind the murder of mobster Joe Colombo at a Columbus Circle rally in 1971.