Plumbing At Sunset Inn by Anthony Stopielo 2272 Sixth Avenue Troy 1523 Electrical Installation at Sunset Inn was done by Peter DeCarlo Congratulations to the Sunset Inn Tile, Marble and Terazza Work by Philip J. Anthony 2729 Sixth Ave., Troy Congratulations to the Sunset Inn It Will Serve Our Milk and Cream Cloverleaf Creamery, Inc. Troy 700. Notice the Modern Insulated Ceiling at the Sunset Inn Supplied by Grimm Building Material 157 River St., Troy 1110 Central Ave., Albany DIne Out for Pleasure Grand Opening Tomorrow Evening Troy's Newest Restaurant The Sunset Inn 125th St. and 5th Ave. North Troy Anytime you would like a real dining treat, stop at the Sunset Inn, Troy's newest restaurant. You'll enjoy food that has everything—freshness, flavor and quality—preparation and service leave nothing to be desired. Why not plan to have dinner with us this Sunday? Daily Luncheon Specials Under the personal supervision of Mr. Mario Ciccotti, with a lifetime reputation of serving Troy and the vicinity only the freshest and finest foods. Mr. Ciccotti extends a personal invitation to his old and new acquaintances to pay a visit to Troy's newest and most modern restaurant and taproom. No more perfect foods or drinks anywhere We cater to parties and banquets in our spacious dining room

Times Record. July 17, 1939: 6 cols 5-8. (Cropped and edited from scan by

Expires at Home


Proprietor of Sunset Inn, Lansingburgh, Former Palace Lunch Owner, Dies Suddenly.

Mario Ciccotti, proprietor of the Sunset Inn, Lansingburgh, and owner of the former Palace Lunch in Third Street, died suddenly this morning at his residence 2321 Sixteenth Street.
Mr. Ciccotti was stricken with a heart attack about 10 a.m. and died shortly after despite the efforts of Fire Chief Cornelius A. Casey, Hosemen Edmund T. Moore and Frank B. Allendorph of the rescue squad who worked over him with a pulmotor. On the arrival of Dr. Alfred J. Purificato, the physician pronounced Mr. Ciccotti dead. Dr. H. G. Edmans, coroner gave a decision of death due to natural causes after a post-mortem examination. Death was attributed to coronary thrombosis.
In Troy Many Years.

A native of Italy, Mr. Ciccotti came to this country 35 years ago as a youth and five years later settled in Troy. He was a member of Troy Lodge, B. P. O. E., and Alba Novella Lodge, No. 324, American Sons of Italy. He always took a prominent part in the activities of both organizations.
The greater part of his 51 years was spent as a caterer, having been connected with the restaurant business for more than 28 years. He was well known to the many Trojans who frequented the Palace Lunch, which he conducted for 17 years on Third Street and the Belmont Lunch where he operated previously on Franklin Square for a number of years.
Eight months ago he opened the Sunset Inn, on Fifth Avenue, north of 124th Street, and was connected with that business at the time of his death. Last night he was at the Sunset Inn as usual and employees did not recall of his complaining of ill health.
Member of St. Anthony’s.

He was a member of St. Anthony’s Church from which the funeral will be conducted.
Survivors include his wife, the former Margaret Anthony; two sons, Mario Ciccotti, jr., and Rudolph Ciccotti and two daughters, Gloria and Josephine Ciccotti, all of Troy.
Times Record. March 1, 1940: 11 col 7.

For a Gala New Year's Eve Come to the Sunset Inn Fun Galore Dance, eat, make merry, be superbly entertained—have the time of your life with us New Year's Eve. Dance to the Enchanting Music of George Geiger's Orchestra Elaborate Floor Show Favors Noisemakers Novelties We've all the ingredients that make for a really gala time—fine food, wonderful music, super entertainment.  Make your reservations now. 8.00 per couple Cocktail Lounge Open House Sunset Inn At the End of Fifth Ave., North Troy Phone North 1633 for Reservations

“Sunset Inn.” Times Record. December 26, 1944: 17 cols 1-2.