Hopefully there won't be a brawl next time the party visits a bowling alley, but should something go down you now have a fine battlemap on which to plot out the mayhem.
The alley consists of a large hall in the main subdivided by half-walls into the bowling area itself, a bar/lounge and a games area with arcade machines and pool tables. There is also office space and a desk where bowlers can pay lane fees and rent shoes. The place has front and side entrances, and rest rooms are available. And for the important bit - there are twelve lanes... at full capactity it probably gets a bit noisy here.
There is a single sheet overview and a massive single-sheet 'full-size' version, at the 1 square to 5 feet scale. If, that is, you want squares. By good use of the layers facility, you may have a square grid, a hex grid or none at all. You may also choose whether or not the furniature and text labels are displayed.
If you do not have access to a plotter you can make appropriate selections when printing to print a series of pages to put together to get the fullsize floorplan. A visit to a copyshop is recommended, however, and they've even added a helpful note to reassure copyshop staff that it's legitimate to print the floorplan out for your own use!
Enjoy your next trip to the bowling alley...