Splitsville Dining Room | Disney World

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

Splitsville Luxury Lanes – Dining (Disneyland)At the Splitsville Dining Room in Disney Springs, roll in and rock out at this vintage, retro-style bowling alley with a fresh spin on dining, music and entertainment.

The menu at this lively indoor-outdoor restaurant is massive (like the restaurant itself) with something for everyone—from mouth-watering burgers to fresh-rolled sushi, hand-tossed pizzas and gluten-free rice bowls.

Meanwhile the unique “Golden age of bowling” atmosphere offers a modern dining experience with retro style to “spare”—spanning 2 floors, 5 bars, a billiards area and 30 bowling lanes, often accompanied by live music! (source)

Fun Facts

  • Splitsville Dining Room is a unique dining and entertainment venue located in Disney Springs at Disney World.
  • The restaurant combines dining and bowling in a vibrant and retro-inspired atmosphere, making it a fun and lively place for guests of all ages.
  • The menu at Splitsville Dining Room offers a diverse range of dishes, including burgers, sushi, pizzas, and traditional American fare, providing a variety of options for diners with different tastes.
  • Splitsville features a state-of-the-art bowling alley with multiple lanes, where guests can enjoy a game of bowling while waiting for their food or as part of their dining experience.
  • Live music and entertainment are often featured at Splitsville, adding to the energetic atmosphere and making it a great spot for both dining and enjoying some leisurely activities.

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