I have always been a big fan of their food, so I decided to pay a visit to Gibbys Eatery and Sports Bar for this month’s Pickaway Plates. Gibbys is located at 126 W. Main St in Downtown, Circleville. They offer a variety of “All-American” style foods to choose from, but I decided that I would go with their Crispy BBQ Chicken Salad with honey mustard. It is a pretty decent sized salad, with a nice amount of BBQ chicken, cheese, tomatoes, onions and greens mixed throughout it.
As a side, I ordered some of their pumpkin soup. The soup was amazing, definitely something worth ordering and giving a shot, especially if you happen to be a pumpkin food fanatic.
Gibbys has a fun, sporty atmosphere that makes the experience. The old pictures of locals in their sports uniforms matched with the old brick walls adds a unique personality.
Their Buckeye room(which is decked out with OSU gear), offers a separate area for customers to reserve the room for parties, meetings and yes, even OSU football games for a fee. The reservation of the Buckeye room also includes a full catering menu.
Outside of food and a fun party room, Gibbys also offers live entertainment in the evenings for their customers.
You can follow Gibbys on Facebook and Instagram for updates about events, food and more.
126 W. Main St. Circleville, Ohio
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