City of Caseville is a city in Huron County in the U.S. state of Michigan, located at the mouth of the Pigeon River on Saginaw Bay of Lake Huron. The population was 777 at the 2010 census. The city is surrounded by Caseville Township. A popular destination for summer tourists, it sponsors the 10-day Cheeseburger in Caseville festival, a tribute to Jimmy Buffett's song "Cheeseburger in Paradise". It has been also called the "Perch Capital of Michigan" for its extraordinary catches of the native fish yellow "perch".
Things to do in Caseville
4 based on 9 reviews
So glad Caseville had a Dairy Queen. A perfect place to grab a desert after dinner. They have ample parking, and also many nice picnic tables out front and on the side of the building among nice landscaping flowers and shrubs.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
We love the Brew Moon! This is our second year visiting this lovely place, so we decided a review was necessary. The coffee is excellent! Rich, brewed to perfection and a HUGE variety of coffee beverages that will make anyone happy. The Owner is an absolute doll! Such a nice lady. She also offers a large assortment of teas, juices, smoothies and milk shakes. We went everyday. I love that she prepares homemade baked goods and also has organic offerings as well. She uses top of the line Monin syrups. Yes! Inside there is also an adorable gift shop that has some antique items. You can also sit outside to enjoy your pastry and coffee. I'm still missing my banana
coconut latte...to die for!!!
4.5 based on 26 reviews
4 happy customers for breakfast. It's as old school as it gets. Got a couple of breakfast sandwiches, oatmeal, corned beef hash and homemade bread. It was all fresh and hot. Service was excellent. This place is as old school as it gets. And an excellent value - big bowl of delicious oatmeal with raisins and brown sugar for only $2.95; 30 bucks out the door.
4 based on 1 reviews
We stopped here on a recent trip to Port Austin. Nice parking across side street. Clean establishment, friendly and efficient workers. Cones generous portions. My only complaint is we had 5 in our group and two of us were told they were out of the flavor we asked for.
3.5 based on 58 reviews
Thumb Brewery is in downtown Caseville and minutes away from the beach. The brewery has quite a list of beers and wines, which means there's something for everyone. Located in an 1800s historic home, the little brewery features an open patio with a view of the town.
Stopped insuring thumb drive. Awesome beer choices. Creative food items. Great place to stop will be back
3.5 based on 37 reviews
Stopped in for dinner based on a recommendation from a local. Our visit was during Caseville's annual Cheeseburger Festival so we ordered burgers. Although town was packed for the festival, Wooded Island was not packed because most of the clientele were out watching the parade. Our party of six was seated in the bar area where the bartenders pulled double duty waiting tables and minding the bar, but the bar had just two patrons at it. We waited twenty minutes for our bartender to find us and get our order taken. Our food arrived promptly but was disappointing to say the least. Burgers were advertised as quarter pounders, but they were small and no way a quarter pounder. At $8.99 they were significantly overpriced and all condiments were extra cost including tomato, lettuce, or onion. They did spring for catsup and mustard thank goodness. Walked away with a $25 bill for two tiny burgers and a 16 ounce beer. Headed downtown and bought a real burger that was much bigger, better, and included free condiments for $8 even. My recommendation is to navigate clear of this island.
3.5 based on 69 reviews
Relaxed atmosphere that can be whatever you want it to be...from partying on our hot sunny deck overlooking the yachts on the river, to a romantic candlelight dinner on New Years Eve, to enjoying one of our many delicious gourmet half pound burgers or a gooey pizza and a pop with your kids, it's all good! Maybe you just want to meet with a bunch of your friends Friday night and watch the game? Or perhaps getting together on a Saturday night for some dancing?
Very good chicken sandwich & a great ship wreck salad I've had perch dinner which is very good could use a couple more pcs of perch for price Timely service, usually cold inside when the airs not on there is a problem with flies
3.5 based on 38 reviews
It's about as high end dining as you will get in Caseville. The place was clean and the people were friendly asking us where we were from & telling us about the town and it's events. The service as good & friendly.
I ordered the pulled pork dinner & the girl ordered the pulled pork sandwich. We both enjoyed the order. I got a side of the buffalo style chip/cheese dip & it wasn't great but certainly wasn't bad.
I would recommend that you stop here on your trip and check it out.
4 based on 7 reviews
I've ordered food from Iggie's 4 times now. I'm not going back. The pizza is just not very good. The food quality is inconsistent. In addition to the pizza (which I've had 3 of the 4 times) I've had the Iggie-bread, and once I had a sandwich. After trying multiple menu items, I haven't found anything worth going back to re-order.
3.5 based on 30 reviews
They've had a bit of a face lift inside. New benches, chairs and tables. Tiles on the walls by booths, new light fixtures and lighted pictures on the walls. Sooooo that means the prices went waaay up. Not reasonably priced for a diner. The onion rings remain the best thing on the menu. The batter is to die for. The size of the hamburgers also shrunk. The food is usually good. Since this is one of the only places to eat in Caseville, they will always have a good business, despite the price increase.
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