Channelside Bay Plaza615 Channelside Drive, Suite 120 Tampa, FL 33602 P 813.514.BOWL (2695) F 813.514.1001
- Monday – Closed
- Private parties only.
- Tuesday - Friday:
- Open at 4 p.m.
- Saturday & Sunday:
- Open at 12 p.m.
Oh the fun of your last night as a single gal…More »
After tonight, he’s no longer a little leaguer…More »
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Get in on $3.50 Bowling Sunday – Thursday…More »
Thursday – Sunday from 4pm to 7pmMore »
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.
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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 »
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