I had lunch today with a coworker at Casey's Tavern, located in Ann Arbor at the corner of Depot Street and 5th Avenue.
From Casey's website:
Since 1986, Casey's Tavern has been serving up "Lots of Good Cheap Food and Dozens of Beers" to a legion of happy patrons. Ann Arbor's "Neighborhood Bar", Casey's Tavern operates in the historic Depot Street building which housed the Washtenaw Lumber Co. for many years. A casual place with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, the tavern has been a local favorite since opening its doors.
Perhaps most famous for its incredible hamburgers, Casey's has been a perennial winner of the "Best Burger in Town Award". The menu is quite eclectic and wide ranging, with everything from deli sandwiches, salads, fish and steaks to vegetarian fare, creative appetizers and homemade desserts. Coupled with the weekly changing "Blackboard Specials", it's certain that you will find something for everyone at Casey's.The menu http://www.caseys-tavern.com/frames/menu/menu.pdf
The curried acorn squash soup was deemed by my dining companion to be "the best soup I've ever had here" - hard to top that compliment!
I took home all of the cantaloupe, half of the french fries and Meatless Joe, which I split amongst our dinner plates. Here's my plate with a bit of Joe and fruit, plus some roasted kale and broccoli plus two over easy eggs. Delicious. Thanks Casey's!