“It has truly been the most rewarding experience to serve on the Special Olympics New York Board. I was not aware what an effect being part of this amazing organization was going to be and I am truly thankful for it.”
As the owner of Mazzone Hospitality, Angelo has carried his strong Italian traditions along with him and has never lost sight of what is important, including his community.
Since 1980, when Angelo first started his empire at a small downtown Schenectady Restaurant called Peggy’s (now Aperitivo Bistro), he focused on building the business and the relationships that helped him secure the purchase of Glen Sanders Mansion in Scotia in 1988. Since then, he hasn’t stopped growing his portfolio and delivering the difference to the greater capital region. The Catering and Event division has grown as Mazzone took on catering and event operations throughout the Capital Region. Angelo then created yet another division, re-inventing the lunchbox with PRIME Business Dining, offering cafeteria-style dining in facilities and with menus driven by great chefs in corporate offices across the Capital Region. Mazzone Hospitality is delivering the difference.
Angelo’s philanthropic initiatives have greatly benefited the Capital Region. IN addition to serving on the Special Olympics New York Board, Angelo is heavily involved in the culinary and hospitality program at Schenectady County Community College, The American Heart Association and The American Cancer Association. Preserving and enhancing local arts are very important to Angelo; he is very involved with and supportive of SPAC, Proctors Theatre, and the Palace Theater. Angelo is also a key supporter of the restoration of Universal Preservation Hall in Saratoga Springs.
Angelo treats every guest like a guest in his own home, always going above and beyond, celebrating life’s milestones and creating memories over delicious food and great company.