My first impressions:
The sets all looked too new and freshly painted to give the feel of realism one would expect from property located at the sea shore. Was glaringly "set" like, needed some sand on the boardwalk.....
Somewhat confusing rush of characters and events. And why is Buschimi always standing in a window looking in? Foreshadowing?
Buschimi, who I like very much as an actor, does not fit the role of a mob boss. Seems too small, low key and gentle in this role.
Everything, the cars, the streets, sets as I said above, all are too clean and new looking, doesn't convey a feeling of the period. A little more grit and dirt both on the actors and on the sets would have been nice. Maybe in time as they degenerate, so will the look of the show.
Looking forward to seeing how it unfolds.