In 2003, Clabber Girl held a grand opening for the Clabber Girl Bake Shop & Museum. The restaurant and museum has served the community in many capacities. From a local eatery and field trip destination to a historic venue for special events, Clabber Girl offers a unique set of offerings for all.
Clabber Girl Bake Shop
Clabber Girl Bake Shop is a fun place to stop and get a tasty breakfast or lunch. Our breakfast menu includes fresh biscuits and gravy, yogurt parfaits, cinnamon rolls, breakfast sandwiches, and more. For lunch, try any of our signature salads, sandwiches, soups or daily lunch specials. View our menu online.
Clabber Girl Museum
Visit the Clabber Girl Museum to learn about the history of one of the oldest and most beloved brands in America. Clabber Girl Baking Powder grew out of the Hulman & Company, a wholesaler of general merchandise and grocery products that started in 1850. The general merchandise and grocery wholesale business closed in 1995, but Clabber Girl continues to manufacture products for the food industry.
Visitors can browse the museum at their own pace free of charge, or give us a call at 812-232-9446 to schedule one of our guided museum tour packages, by appointment only.
Classes & Events
Clabber Girl hosts a number of culinary classes and events at its headquarters throughout the year. Check our upcoming events and purchase tickets on EventBrite.com.
Clabber Girl Headquarters has a number of meeting spaces available for wedding rehearsal dinners, corporate gatherings and more. You can rent a room and also order food from our Bake Shop or after hours catering services.
Clabber Girl is happy to provide delicious food from our kitchen to your next meeting or event. We have a special Bake Shop menu for events during regular business hours and a full custom catering menu with per person pricing for after hours events.
Clabber Girl has a long history of providing quality baking ingredients to kitchens all over the world. Find out how it all started and what keeps us going today on our company history page.