Walt Disney World Resort, Downtown Disney West Side
The menu is more spread out than a 7-10 split, with burgers, sushi, pizza, seafood, barbecue, Mexican and Italian represented, plus bar food such as nachos. It would be a stretch for any kitchen to make half of these things well, let alone one in a bowling alley. We’ve tried almost everything on the menu, and while all of it was decent, the only thing we’d order again is the sushi. If your kids won’t eat raw fish, the basic pizzas are better than the burgers, which tend to be overdone.
Setting and Atmosphere
Splitsville is part of a multistate chain of "luxury lanes" -- hybrid bowling alley - restaurants. The entire building is decorated in a vaguely Midcentury Modern style, with Sputnik lamps and other 1960’s touches. It’s loud, obviously, but there’s plenty to see and also some room for rambunctious kids to roam while waiting for your food.
The sushi--salmon, shrimp, tuna, crab, and various combinations thereof--is the best thing on the menu. They also have decent gluten-free pizzas and rice bowls.
Meat eaters will like the steak chimichurri or pulled-pork sandwich. The Birthday Cake Martini, garnished with sprinkles, is like having Betty Crocker as your bartender.
Requires Credit Card to Reserve:
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Tables in Wonderland||20%||All||All|
Disney Dining Plan
Requires 1 credit
|Food||American, with sushi|
|When to go||Lunch or Dinner|
|Parking||At Downtown Disney|
|Dress||Casual (Your best bowling shirt)|