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Once upon a time, the food options at your local bowling alley were stale nachos, school-style pizza, and maybe a dehydrated burger or two. But that is far from the case at Splitsville, located next to the movie box office on the second floor of the Shops at Sunset Place. In fact, the bowling alley is almost as much a restaurant and nightspot as it is a recreational sporting venue. The food offerings are comprehensive and present options for those looking for appetizers to go with drinks. The "Ville Plates" (appetizers) range from $5 to $14 and include French fries with Chive Dip, Shanghai Shrimp, and Tuna Tatki. Sliders hold a distinct place on the menu with two different categories: $9 varieties that include the Black 'N Bleu, Cuban Reuben, and Buffalo Chicken, or the super sliders going for $14 that includes the Filet, Scallop and Lump Crab Cake and BBQ Salmon with Vermont Cheddar. There is also an entire sushi menu (go for the Tiger Roll, $12), a pizza menu that highlights a Cheeseburger Pizza ($13), and a variety of other entrees, highlighted by the Mahi Mahi with Voodoo Shrimp ($19). One warning -- get your bowling out of the way before you eat. We don't want to see what happens if you try bowling after gorging.
Play $2 games of bowling while chowing down $5 pizzas.
The females enjoy free champagne and well drinks while the guys get $3 Blue Moon beer.
Play $2 bowling games while eating $5 sushi rolls and sipping $3 domestic beer.
Get $4 Presidente beer and half-off martinis, bacardi, and patron.
Get $4 Presidente beer and half-off martinis, Bacardi, and Patron.
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This is the coolest bowling alley I've ever been to. There's like 10 lanes of bowling, and there's like 5 bars. There's a real DJ booth with a dance floor with lights. It's like a lounge/club/bowling alley. And the food's amazing, too!
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