Clancy’s Hospitality was established in 1965 in Noblesville, Indiana by Indiana Restaurant Hall of Fame Member Carl Fogelsong.
We believe that hospitality, when done well, can be a transformative force in a community.
Pride in our commitment to technically excellent service, with an emphasis on warm hospitality is the cornerstone of our business. Coaching our staff to think our customers as guests in our own home. Thats who we are, that's who we will always be.
Serving great food starts with great quality ingredients. We proudly source ingredients from partners committed to quality, authenticity, and practices to create a more sustainable future.
May 15, 1965
Clancy’s Hamburgers opens its doors in Noblesville, Indiana. Carl Fogelsong partnered with Clarence Katherins on the first double drive through in the Midwest featuring a 35 seat dining room. Both innovations at the time.
Clancy’s Hamburgers opens a second location in Sidney, Ohio. Carl Fogelsong’s brother Gale enters into the family business. The restaurant continues to operate to this day making it a staple in central Ohio.
Clancy’s Hamburgers grow to over 30 units in Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, and Kentucky. The company would eventually sell off many of the units do to competition from big chain fast food restaurants.
Founder Carl Fogelsong's son, Perry, joins the Corporate Team.
Grindstone Charley’s concept is born in Noblesville, Indiana, opening to rave reviews for casual themed American food.
Grindstone Charley’s opens at Rockville Road on the west side of Indianapolis near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Clancy’s introduces its “Nice Italian Restaurant” Michaelangelo’s Italian Bistro in Noblesville, Indiana
Houlihan’s opens in Downtown Indianapolis near Circle Centre Mall at the World of Wonders parking garage.
Houlihan’s opens in the posh Keystone at the Crossing Fashion Mall.
A Grindstone Charley’s like no other opens in Kokomo, Indiana.
Clancy’s introduces a new concept, Red Rock Roadhouse, in Fisher’s, Indiana.
Founder Carl Fogelsong is inducted into the Indiana Restaurant Hall of Fame.
Perry Fogelsong is appointed President/CEO of Clancy’s after founder Carl Fogelsong retires.
A return like no other, Grindstone Public House opens up in the Historic Castor Building in Downtown Noblesville
Grindstone on the Monon opens up in Westfield, Indiana, the fastest growing community in the state.
Grindstone on the Monon is rewarded with “Best New Business,” at Westfield Chamber of Commerce awards. Perry Fogelsong accepts honor in speech.
Clancy’s Hamburger’s returns to the state of Indiana in a bustling food hall, The Garage, in downtown Indianapolis at Bottleworks District.
A Supper Club inspired concept is introduced at Bottleworks District. The Fountain Room is the hottest restaurant of the year garnering 2.5/3 stars from Indianapolis Monthly Magazine.
Mel WildermuthVice President
Blake FogelsongOwner/Director of Operations
Mark SontagDirector of Food, Beverage, & Menu Development
Annette CunionAccounts Payable
Kori MorrisEvent Sales Manager
Meredith HudsonAccounting Manager
Kathy GrewalAdministrative Assistant