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Wobbly Bobby

Old-World Pub in Downtown Rapid City, South Dakota.
Opening at 3:00 PM
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Sample limited release beers from August Schells Brewing Co., get brewery swag and meet the staff at Wobbly Bobby.

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Trivia

Mar 27, 2019 – Mar 27, 2019

Where did Buffy move to Sunnydale from? If you know the answer, join us for Buffy The Vampire Slayer Trivia and Bingo. It's free to play - win great prizes.
Not a Buffy fan? Don't worry, we will still host two rounds of classic bingo + get half price nachos with purchase of a beer.

Posted on Jul 30, 2018

THE PASSING OF DAS BOOT
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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Testimonials

a week ago
Nice seating, good selection of beers, good happy hour, and a lot of games. Service was fast and nice.
- Matthew S
3 weeks ago
Great beer selection, good service, fun atmosphere, kind of hidden in the middle of everything
- Brendan W
2 months ago
Had a good time with Scott and Larry promoting New Belgium Beer.
- David M

specials + about us

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Specials:
  • 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
  • Thursday: Buy a pint of beer, get a free meat-filled pasty.

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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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  • (605) 721-7468

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510 Main Street
Rapid City, SD 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
Sun:Closed