SERVING LAKE-MINDED PEOPLE SINCE 2005
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The Lemon Tree Marketplace is located near the sandy shores of the Saginaw Bay in the heart of the City of Caseville. In 2005, two sisters from Arizona, Amy and TJ, purchased the old Hubbard Bank Building on downtown Main Street in Caseville, Michigan.
Amy & TJ created the first specialty coffee shop in the Thumb in Huron County, Michigan and Named it Lemon Tree Marketplace. Also included in the product line is; clothing, art, Michigan foods, Deli sandwiches, pastries, smoothies and due to popular demand the upstairs was remodeled and became a wonderful place full of collectibles, and shabby chic furniture, art work and more.
Built in 1904 as the Hubbard State Bank, with the upstairs being the Masonic Temple the building is one of the oldest still standing on Main Street.
It served the community as a bank from its beginning in 1904 until the late 1970's. Although it no longer functions as a bank, the original vault - surrounded by walls 2 feet thick - is still intact. The best feature is the vault door.
Come in and open the door for a touch of history.
Stop in grab a coffee and head out behind the Lemon Tree to the Java Garden. We have added a covered area in our back yard with seating where you can enjoy your coffee or sandwich. This area overlooks the Caseville Marina, for and even better view, head upstairs to the deck, where you will find seating with umbrellas, a place to enjoy the outdoors and gossip with friends.
Do not go where the path might lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Lemon Tree is a contributor to Ribstock. A weekend Festival in Caseville, usually the 3rd weekend in June. Watch for events at the Lemon Tree.
Lemon Tree always has fun activities for Kids during the Cheeseburger Festival, one favorite event among kids and adults is "Joker Poker" check the schedule for date and time.
Question: What are your hours?
Answer: They vary throughout the season, but we are open at 8 AM daily from Memorial weekend though Labor Day Weekend. After which time we are open for reduced hours and days, usually Thursday through Sunday in September and Friday - Sunday in October, our last day of the season is during Holly Berry Fair - at which time you can find end of season sales throughout the store. We then open on weekends in early May.
We pride ourselves on providing top quality fresh brewed tea and coffee. We work with our suppliers and bakeries to source the freshest, highest quality offerings. Our Baristas are awesome and love to create your favorite drinks.
Sunny days guarantee that our upstairs patio view deck will be full of guests enjoying a drink or treat. On not-so-sunny days, we also offer comfortable covered seating behind our cafe on the marina side with free wifi .
Although we offer a wide variety of hot and iced drinks, we also provide savory and sweet food options. So whether you're stopping for your morning coffee, lunch, or an afternoon snack, we've got you covered!
We are currently open for a crazy 2020 season
We are open daily from Memoria...