Thin crackers crust pizza, kids love it. The atmosphere is crazy and waiting time could be long, ample parking.
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Went with a group of ten Order and they call your number Rustic benches and tables Pitchers of soda and beer No dress code no reservations Hope your evening isn’t shared with Boy Scouts or soccer team But thin pizza is memorable
My fiancee's family likes Barnaby's, so whenever we're visiting Chicago, we almost always end up at Barnaby's Niles location. We most recently visited on Valentine's Day, when heart-shaped pizzas were on the menu. We didn't order ours like that, but were pleasantly surprised that it...More
...wooody, dark.....self service restaurant.....corn dusted thin pizza from another era. ....but even better is the Italian Beef....which is a glorious, flavorful mess! Again...as wilth all Italian Beef's.....it must be ordered "wet"....which means the entire thing...bread and all...has been dipped in vat of juice....mouth is watering...More
We are from NY, and sorry, we do have the best pizza, however when in Chicago, this thin crust pizza is pretty darn good. Crust is very good, twisted around the pie is a winner.
I ma glad a few of these remain. As a kid we would go to the one by our house for a great family meal out.
Very good thin-crust pizza. The appetizers and sandwiches are also very good. Beer is usually ordered by the pitcher. Many TVs to watch sports are available. Bench seating throughout.
No dishes here. Small paper plates, no silverware except plastic. Worse than a cafeteria. Tables can not accommodate a party bigger than 4. Salad served in to go plastic. Is there a dishwasher? Self serve but would be better to go. I would never go...More
I love their pizza but the place can get loud when large groups of kids come in from sporting activities in the area. The atmosphere is like a "lodge". You can have a pizza and beer for a good price.
We came to Barnaby's for lunch after seeing the Lego Batman movie at AMC Village Crossing. There is plenty of parking. The interior is definitely old school and it is all wooden booths. There are no individual-type tables. You order at the counter along one...More