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Clancy's Hamburgers Coming to Bottleworks District!

Clancy’s Inc. has signed a letter of intent to bring Clancy’s Hamburgers back to the historic Coca-Cola plant off Mass Ave in downtown Indianapolis. 

Clancy’s Hamburgers will be part of Bottleworks, A $300 million, 12-acre urban mixed-use development, Bottleworks will reimagine the iconic Coca-Cola building in downtown Indianapolis. 

The largest private development of its kind in Indiana, Bottleworks will serve as a culinary, arts, and entertainment hub, featuring the city’s first food hall, a west elm Hotel, unique residential options, as well as 180,000 square-feet of flexible office space and 175,000 square-feet of prime retail space.

The Bottleworks District will build a legacy, showcase local talent, and create a true third place for generations to come.

Scheduled to open in spring of 2020, The Garage at Bottleworks featuring Clancy’s Hamburgers, a 30,000 square-foot local- focused food and market hall, will anchor the project, occupying two of the bottling plant’s original garage buildings. 

The food hall will feature 1930s Art Deco terra-cotta facades, industrial architecture, and large roll-up doors for a seamless indoor-outdoor experience. 

When complete, The Garage will play host to more than 25 food and beverage vendors, bringing top culinary talent, artisan craftsmen, residents, and visitors together in the heart of Indianapolis. It will be a supportive environment where chefs, producers, and artisans are pushed to be their best.

The menu for Clancy’s at Bottleworks will feature no hormone, antibiotic-free burgers served on non-GMO potato buns, flat top franks from Turchetti’s Salumeria, selective sandwiches, French fries, hand spun milkshakes, and fresh squeezed Lemonade.

“We couldn’t be more excited to be a part of such a unique project that will be sure to wow everyone in Indianapolis. To be able to bring the iconic brand, Clancy’s Hamburgers in such a symbolic building will truly be special.” Says Clancy’s Inc. President/CEO Perry Fogelsong