The state-of-the-art kitchens are located on each floor to ensure timely preparations of their wide-ranging menu. Guests can take a sneak peak inside each kitchen with a window situated at a great angle to make sure guests can see everything, even the preparation of sushi! Paying homage to California and Disney, the bowling ally comes alive with murals painted throughout by Matt Callahan, who also painted the murals at the Splitsville in Disney Springs (located in the Walt Disney World Resort).
The three bars are located outside, inside on the bottom floor, and lastly on the top floor. No one will ever go thirsty here! At each location you will find specialty cocktails on tap with a 22 oz souvenir squeeze bottle for $22 and $15 refills. Guests can order classic mixed drinks like Margaritas, or try new drinks like the Blue Flame. The Blue Flame has Deep Eddy Lemon Vodka, blue curacao, lemon juice and simple syrup. The bottom patio is spacious with comfy chairs and has a great cross breeze that flows by. If you are not looking to bowl, this is a great choice to grab lunch, have a drink outside, and take a break from the parks. Nightly, the bottom patio will come alive with a live band that will play music from old classic rock to current pop. The pricing seems acceptable for each bowler at $24. Splitsville does have special pricing at $19 per bowler Monday through Friday from open to 4pm. If guests are debating on whether or not to eat or bowl, why not do both? Each lane has a dining area where guests can eat and bowl with comfort. This is a great addition to the Downtown Disney District!