Big Ang has taken a larger-than-life spot on a wall outside her sister's storefront.
It was unveiled to the public on Sunday at a ceremony attended by family, fans and her "Mob Wives" co-stars.
"Angela was a very big icon on Staten Island," her sister Janine Detore, who owns Country Mouse, said.
"Why not have her memorialized where people can come and pay their respects?"
Fans and friends laid flowers and candles beside the mural.
Raiola, the niece of the late head of the Genovese crime family, died on Feb. 18 from complications with lung and brain cancer. She was 55.
She rose to fame when she joined "Mob Wives" during its second season. She also co-owned the Drunken Monkey bar on Forest Avenue until it closed last year.
Detore said Mastrion contacted her after Raiola's death asking if he could paint a mural. Her landlord gave her the OK to do it and leave it up as long as she wants.
"I didn't expect it to be this beautiful," Detore said about the painting. "I feel like I'm looking at my sister."