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Clabber Girl Corporation, Terre Haute
(4.4/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • I enjoyed the Clabber Girl Museum. I learned about so many products that were a part of the family of items that contributed to Clabber Girl dynasty. We spent about an hour and fifteen minutes and fel...  more »
  • Stopped here for brunch, but enjoyed the museum as much as the food. The information on the infamous baking powder wars was worth the trip. Baking powder wars. Whoda thunk? 
  • Great downtown location inside the Clabber Girl offices. Adjacent to museum which I have not visited but looks interesting. Great service and a very good place for a business meeting. Good coffee. 
  • I love eating here or just hanging out with coffee and a book. Good atmosphere! Yummy food.
  • We love Clabber Girl but I was very disappointed when going in to get some history facts for a student who lived in Rhode Island. We had to mail out history things for him from our state and the day we were able to visit Clabber Girl was the day before everything was to be mailed to Rhode Island. It was 5pm and we had toured around the museum, we saw some people in the restaurant so we went in to look around. We saw some post cards and picked one up to purchase. The girl behind the counter told us they were closed, I explained to her that we just wanted a 50 cent post card and if she could just take the 50 cents for it. She told us no to come back, I explained that we weren't able to come back as we needed it to mail out the next day, she said I'm sorry but I can't sell it to you. It was just a 50 cent post card! If the restaurant was closed, we shouldn't have been allowed in there at all. We were very disappointed and didn't think it was a very friendly atmosphere. Leaving a note telling an employer someone wanted to buy a post card would have been against a policy of some sort? Everyone always has to make things so difficult.
  • Good historic building with great staff, food items, pastries, and one with good vegetarian options. Coffee is roasted on premise.
  • We had our wedding rehearsal dinner here. Everything was wonderful and professional. We were able to use the eating space past the bake shop for the dinner and the museum for a cocktail hour after. The in-house kitchen is the only catering option. The food was excellent and the staff were very good. Meeting and organization with the management was a pleasure. They were really so nice and we had no trouble. They had a good space to handle dinners of 20-80 people. We had about 40 and it was prefect for the Rex room. After dinner, it was amazing to have a cocktail hour in the museum. Being a Friday night, it was closed to the public, but we had access to the entire museum while we had drinks and desert. They set up a bar in the vintage saloon display. The displays and atmosphere are so good, that it was more than just a space to mingle. A lot of our guests went around checking out all the exhibits. They even rearranged some of the space for us, setting up tables for people to place their drinks or mingle around. It really felt incredibly professional and smooth. If you have an event, this will be much more interesting than any restaurant or meeting room. And if you are just interested in seeing the museum, there is a great variety of exhibits about Terre Haute, the Hulman family, and the history of the area. It's not just about Clabber Girl baking powder, but its really worth the visit.
  • Unless I'm mistaken, the roast beef sandwich used to be made with the option to have Focaccia bread instead of the bread they force you to have now. Why they stopped serving it with this is beyond me because it was the signature trademark of that sandwich. Combine that with the fact that the sandwich is now the size of a small fist and if you make it a combo, it comes with an undersized medium soda. The sandwich is dry, the bread they use with it sometimes tastes like it's stale, and overall, it's just way overpriced for it being $10.00... I've named off some things that are more so pet peeves of mine, so don't let my input dissuade you from going there--despite these illogical moves this place has committed to, it's still a good place to go and relax at. They have some great muffins and cookies, and despite having never tried their coffee, I hear it's great, too. I just wish they could make the roast beef sandwiches the way they use to and also make their breakfast as good as it used to be back in the 2004 and 2005 years (it used to be great back then but since those days, they've changed how they cook their stuff, so I don't know what's going on).