I was staying in an adjacent hotel for a business meeting and a group of us headed over for an early dinner. I'd called earlier in the day to make a reservation just in case they would be busy.
On a Thursday at 6:00 they were indeed busy. No wait, but it was tricky to maneuver through the dining room around tables to get to our table. The waiter brought us menus and the display tray of their various cuts of steak (H-U-G-E) and lobster (biggest I've seen). The service was good throughout our meal. He even allowed us to do separate checks, which I know servers despise, and his pleasant demeanor remained.
As we were small ladies on per diem, we weren't looking to splurge or gorge ourselves and we didn't have to. I'm not sure what menu the other person a few reviews down was looking at, but there were certainly options for people who didn't want to spend too much money. Large salads, sandwiches, local fare, etc.
I decided to opt for the shrimp bisque and the sliders. I am an avowed steak lover, so I was a little uncertain whether I would like filet medallions in between small buttered buns (<$15). But it was sooooo good. I'm still thinking about it. High quality meat (you just bite right into it) and delicious seasoning. Everyone else at my table enjoyed their entrees as well (we all got filet of some sort). My entree came with fries as a side, and eh. They were ok; I'm not really a fries person. But I didn't need them anyway as I was full from my other food.
I certainly don't mind spending a good bit on a great meal, but other reviews have already proven Gibsons satisfies this option for diners. I wanted to add my review to show that you can also have good food here even if you don't want to spend an exorbitant amount.