Lilee's in Brunswick Maine
I've been twice already, and I am impressed with the food. I'm a guy who's not afraid to sample what others are having, so I've tried a lot of the menu so far, and it's all good. They have some great sandwiches - we've tried the Reuben, French Dip, BBQ pulled pork and roasted vegetable on foccacia, all very good. They've got three(?) versions of the burger - regular ($7, $9 for cheese), bacon/blue cheese, and the pub burger (with cheese and sauteed onions), all very good. (Well, I haven't tried the bacon/blue cheese yet.). They also don't force you to have fries on the side, you can have pasta salad or vegetables, and one of my co-diners got onion rings for an extra cost.
They also have a few entrees. I tried the meatloaf, it was wonderful. I can't remember the other entree offerings, but the prices were quite reasonable. I think the meatloaf was $10. Portions are appropriately sized, so you won't likely have a doggy bag. The chef emphasizes fresh, local ingredients, which is a plus in my book.
We've sampled a few desserts: tiramisu, chocolate cheesecake and a blueberry pound cake with raspberry coulis. All were fresh and tasty. I'm not sure where they are made, however.
They have a handful of micros on tap, a variety of beers in bottles, several wines and a full bar.
I enjoyed both visits. My one concern is that seating is limited, and there is a tavern feel to the place, so we didn't feel empowered to linger over our dessert with a couple of parties waiting for a table. It feels more like a place to have some drinks that also has good food, as opposed to a place to sit and have a meal. That's fine, as long as you're aware going in.