REVIEW: Splitsville – Disney Springs

Splitsville is abundant in options (and you know how much I LOVE options). Come for dining, bowling, drinks, or all of the above! If you’re just strolling through Disney Springs with no real goals, you can even just stop for a quick song by the outside bar.

The 50,000 square-foot Splitsville building has undergone a few changes over the years. For example, the upstairs, open-air bar is now enclosed. It’s also quite handy that the parking garage is completed, and has an entry point directly beside Splitsville (BONUS for that convenience)!

There are bar areas both upstairs and downstairs, and the expansive layout features bowling lanes capped with dining booths along the perimeters, mingled with centralized areas for dining only throughout both levels.

Aside from a fully-stocked bar, Splitsville has a great selection of frozen drinks, and a few fantastic specials to accompany them. A notable selection – a 20 oz. squeeze bottle, filled for $18. Subsequent refills are only $10… and this doesn’t expire at the end of the day. Bring your bottle back for that $10 refill anytime you like!

With the cost of frozen beverages anywhere in the Disney zone, this is an unbeatable deal to take advantage of! You’ll save with your first refill, so you don’t have to be a lush to appreciate this one. These frozen drinks aren’t overly boozy either, so they’re a great refresher for a hot day of exploring Disney Springs! My personal recommendation – Swampwater! There are multiple places to pull up a stool, including an open, outdoor bar downstairs (reference the live music video above). 

If you choose to take advantage of the dining option (and why wouldn’t you??), you’ll be happy to know that prices are fair – even with the Disney property locale! Appetizers range from around $7-$8 to $15, and portions are entree-worthy, so consider them a meal, or the shareable start to a multi-course experience. The pizzas ($15-$17) are also shareable, and a convenient option if you’re bowling with 2-3 friends.

On a previous visit, I had the Classic Burger ($16), and it was a tremendous serving, accompanied with heaping french fries. Entree salads are around $17, and there’s an assortment of seafood, beef and chicken entrees from $16 to $27. Kids meals are fairly portioned as well, and very affordable at $7 to $8