The Shops at Sunset Place5701 Sunset Drive, Suite 202 South Miami, FL 33143 P 305.665.LANE (5263) F 305.665.2123
- Monday – Thursday:
- 4 p.m. – Midnight
- 4 p.m. – 2 a.m.
- 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.
- 11 a.m. – Midnight
Every Tuesday, get $2 shoes and bowling…More »
Get in on $3.50 Bowling Monday – Thursday…More »
It’s your birthday. Show your friends how you roll…More »
Our dedicated and enthusiastic team members help define the culture at Splitsville. And because our staff plays such an integral role in propelling the Splitsville spirit, a friendly, positive attitude is always key! That means every cook, manager, bartender and pin chaser takes pride in every shift.
At Splitsville, we believe that the guest experience is always the priority. And that great service plays a huge role in facilitating fun. We also believe that if you’re smiling, the customer will too.
The best way to apply is in person!
Please visit the closest Splitsville location and fill out an application in person Monday – Thursday from 2:00 – 4:00 pm.
Live music, gourmet food, and retro-chic style make bowling cool again for hipsters and kids alike.More »
Guy Revelle, co-founder of Splitsville, doesn’t remember when, but he thinks talks about putting one of his bowling centers into Walt Disney World were initiated on the Disney side.More »
Even if you’re a terrible bowler, you can score some great food at bowling alleys — just ask chef Anne Burrell.More »
Boutique bowling? Excuse me? Can someone please tell me what those two words are doing in the same sentence?More »
Owners of the Splitsville restaurant and bowling alley in Tampa are putting on their Mickey ears.More »
This alley has its own sushi chefs, and they’re not afraid to pack in the stuffings!More »
Splitsville has also been a great supporter of one my community service projects with their sponsorship of The King Pins Challenge, to benefit the South Miami Drug-Free Coalition.More »
When Dwayne McQuillen, (Genral Manger of Splitsville in Miami, FL) was on the search for a new restaurant POS system, he selected Pinnacle.More »
Pero nada comparado con Splitsville, una opción muy distinta a las muchas que se encuentran en Miami y que tienen, dependiendo de lo que se busque, su propio publico.More »
The world of boutique bowling unfolds here in the midst of an in-town hipster district, wedged between a noveau Northern Italian restaurant and a big-box chain store.More »
Hip bowling alleys cater to cosmo travelers with cocktails, sushi and lounge sounds.More »
Add five swanky bars, a restaurant that serves everything from petite burgers to sushi, a dance floor, and music worthy of a SoBe hotspot, and you’ve got newly opened bowling lounge Splitsville.More »
This economic roller coaster has you looking for ways to release pent-up tension, Big Lebowski-style. With a few upgrades, of course…More »
There’s an unusual trend we’ve been noticing as the economic outlook becomes increasingly dire: Entertainment options are getting ostentatiously upgraded.More »
The shoes may still be unglamorous, but don’t expect old-school standards like greasy onion rings and fries on the menu at modern bowling alleys.More »