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From the site of a Coca-Cola bottling plant to multiple award-winning restaurants and Hall of Fame-inducted leaders, Clancy’s Hospitality is no stranger to a rich history.

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Did you know? Founder Carl Fogelsong joined the Indiana Restaurant Hall of Fame in 2003.

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ICYMI, Clancy’s Hospitality’s award-winning supper club concept, The Fountain Room, recently made People and OpenTable’s list of The 50 Most Beautiful Restaurants in America — and that’s just one of the major accomplishments this hospitality group has to be proud of.

Dating back a century, The Fountain Room once served as the site of the largest Coca-Cola bottling plant worldwide. Pretty cool, right?

Let’s explore a few milestones through Clancy’s history:

  • 1965 | Clancy’s Hamburgers opens in Noblesville before expanding to 30+ units
  • 1982 | Grindstone Charley’s casual American eatery is born
  • 1990 | Michaelangelo’s Italian Bistro is introduced
  • 1995 | Houlihan’s opens downtown
  • 2018 | Grindstone Public House opens in the Castor Building
  • 2019 | Grindstone on the Monon joins Westfield

Psst... Here’s what happened during the last five years (hint: it includes a bustling food hall + an accolade).

Today, Clancy’s is committed to delivering top-notch hospitality through several restaurant concepts led by an award-winning leadership team — sounds pretty delicious to us.

Bite into Clancy’s restaurants.

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