What’s Old Is New
The bowling alley has both a retro feel and a contemporary feel at the same time – a unique combination of nostalgia and hipness. This definitely isn’t your father’s bowling alley. Instead of hot dogs and warm beer, think sushi and lane concierges.
In addition to 30 lanes of bowling (20 located upstairs and 10 located downstairs), there are also billiards, live entertainment, 60 flat screen TVs, and several bars. There are plenty of large spaces to accommodate group outings as well as spots conducive to a date night.
For kids, there is a kids menu with the typical hamburgers and pizza, and there are also gutter blockers Remember how much you hated it as a kid when your ball always ended up the gutter? Problem solved. There is also a variety of shoes to fit all sized feet.
Adults with more refined tastes will find an amazing array of food choices – far beyond what you might expect in a bowling facility. You will find salads, pulled pork, fried calamari, filet mignon, fish, and a complete desert menu.
Currently Splitsville does not take reservations – it only accommodates only walk up guests. The official, flash-heavy Splitsville site is here (caution – that site has annoying sound).