I like the idea and it seems Disney is slowly achieving that goal of trying to make Downtown Disney a destination for locals again.
I found Ridemarkerz to be pointless. I liked Virgin Records much more, but new technology made that kind of store outdated.
My #1 choice for that space was a Walt Disney museum like the one in San Francisco, but Disney needs a bowling complex to compete with Universal's mini golf which is something that is always popular as well.
But give me animated bowling pins, talking ball returns, and fairies randomly granting strikes, and I might roll in to see what's going on.
So, I'll keep an open frame of mind, but unless Disney can raise these lanes out of the gutter, I'll have to strike this venue from my plans, and spend my spare time someplace else.
You're a punny guy.
I still think Disney made a mistake when they closed the comedy and adventurer's clubs instead of turning them into separate admission venues and moving them to a more prominent location in either the west side or the marketplace...And this was after they made a big mistake of turning PI into a non ticketed venue and started attracting the "riffraff".
And for Downtown Disney to become a place where the locals come, they really need to improve the parking situation. You can't even find a spot there!
My question is the "after 8 PM" rule. According to the Splitsville.com their facilities do not allow under 21-types in after 8 PM.