If you are looking for a GREAT date night spot in Tampa, then head on down to Channelside… or as it’s now called, Sparkman Wharf.
This past weekend my wife and I were out riding the Harley, and we had the chance to check out Splitsville at the new Sparkman Wharf , (formerly Channleside). We had a GREAT time. So, I thought I’d share some of our experience with you by posting some photos below.
To begin with, the location is spectacular, because it’s right on the waterfront. Now, you may have been to Splitsville in the past, but know that not only did the neighborhood (the new Sparkman Wharf) get a remodeling… so did Splitsville.
Splitsville (and the new Wharf) is located at the port where the cruise ships sail in and out of. So, anytime we can be outside along the water, we’re happy.
As you approach Splitsville, the outside area of the Wharf has several other restaurants and shops (just reopening as well). Everything is right on the water, with outside seating and many activities (ie. live music, a huge birthday party and more… very communal and festive).
Once we entered Splitsville, I was reminded of the size of the place. It’s a huge restaurant with a varied menu, full cocktail bar, and lots of bowling lanes, ping pong, billiards, foosball, darts, and even shuffleboard.
We went there specifically for the billiards, as Christine and I love to play pool and enjoying finding new places to play. Splitsville has a bunch of regulation-sized pool tables, in a dark, bar-like setting. Very upscale.
There are tons of other games to play too. Some of the staff touted the fun of Feather Bowling. They say if you try it once you’ll be hooked. We tried it and… we’re hooked!
There’s also very large central bar with a typical “sport’s-bar look” with dozens of TV’s all around for any game you would wish to see. Over all, it’s a really fun place to spend afternoon or evening with good food, a great atmosphere and a GREAT downtown location.
We truly enjoyed ourselves and we’ll be back again soon. Thanks Splitsville!
For more information on Splitsville click HERE!
Check out the photos below of Sparkman Wharf and Splitsville…