Barnaby's has a nifty interior. There are round chandeliers and most of the furniture is warm and wooden. There are only booths, but there are booths of many sizes! There are even a couple of booths with a bench seat only on one side.
What makes Barnaby's especially unique is the way that you order: There is a menu paper on each table. You mark down your meal choices and then take it up to the register where you pay for our food. You order drinks separately at the bar. When your food is ready, your table number is called and you go up to the counter to pick it up.
The pizza we ordered was very tasty. It was a round pie cut into square cuts. The crust was thin and crispy, and very good.
The arcade was odd. Many of the games, and the change machine, were physically broken, and the whole room had an unpleasant smell--perhaps because it was closed-in by doors. There are also no pinball machines.
Overall, Barnaby's has pretty good food and a cool atmosphere. For two people, our meal was under $15, including beverages.