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Try 7 of the world's best Bourbons at Wobbly Bobby.

Bourbon is a unique part of American Heritage. In 1964, it was declared USA’s native spirit – meaning, in order to call something “Bourbon” it must be made within the states. In fact, founding father Thomas Jefferson loved the stuff, and even o...

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We're opening at noon each Saturday for the Notre Dame Games! Watch the game and enjoy $4 Irish Drink specials including Magners Pear Guinness, Jameson Irish Whiskey, Dubliner and Dubliner Honey.

Celebrate the most fetch decade ever with trivia and bingo. It's FREE to play - win gift cards, apparel and more.

1. Boot must never be set on the table once the game is started. Set it down before it’s empty and you buy the next Boot.
2. Pass the Boot clockwise around the table.
3 Boot must be flicked once before drinking and once before passing (this is to wish good luck to the peop...

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2 months ago
Great small place to pop in and have a beer and visit. Great atmosphere with amazing tile and wood work throughout. 40 different beer to choose from too! Has TVs and classic game consoles set up for you and your friends to play at private booths.
- Brad T
2 months ago
Excellent tap list and great service make this place a must visit in downtown Rapid City.
- Rich M
3 months ago
Nice cozy atmosphere, the prices are reasonable, and the staff are fantastic.
- Keith A

specials + about us

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  • Monday: Drink Local with $3 South Dakota made brews
  • Tuesday: 2-for-1 tap beer
  • Wednesday: Half price nachos with purchase of a beer and Trivia and Bingo beginning at 6:00 PM - free to play

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Wobbly Bobby is located in the heart of downtown Rapid City in the alley behind Main Street Square. Inside you will find ornate, old-world style decor, board games, 48 beers on tap and premium liquors. 

Sir Robert Peel, commonly referred to as the father of modern policing, helped establish the first organized police service in London. These new police officers quickly earned the nicknames ‘Peelers’ or ‘Bobbies.’ It took some time to establish the standards of discipline which are expected today from a police force (in 1863 alone, 215 officers were arrested for being intoxicated while on duty). It is to those early Bobbies of the London police force, be they noble, or not so noble (perhaps even a bit wobbly on occasion), whom we raise a glass in salute of their efforts.

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510 Main Street
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701
United States

Business Hours

Mon:3:00 – 11:00 PM
Tue:3:00 – 11:00 PM
Wed:3:00 – 11:00 PM
Thu:3:00 – 11:00 PM
Fri:3:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Sat:3:00 PM – 12:00 AM
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