There's something for everyone...
at Smith's Liquor Gallery in Rapid City, from fine South Dakota wine to craft beer to imported hand-crafted cigars. Add in decadent artisan cheeses and award-winning South Dakota meats, and even food connoisseurs are satisfied.
With over 2,000 wine selections from around the world — including local Prairie Berry wine; specialty microbrews; and a humidor containing over 100 hand-rolled cigars, Smith's Liquor Gallery appeals to a variety of tastes.
If you’re a beer lover, check out our other family owned business, located at 625 St. Joseph Street in downtown Rapid City. The Independent Ale House has 31 rotating taps, an eclectic wine list, and hand-crafted pizza.
Smith’s carries Riedel glassware and an assortment of wine accessories as well. Purchase a gift certificate for yourself or as a gift.
Stop by, say hi, and browse the shelves. The Smiths will be happy to meet you and to point you in the direction of whatever pleases your palate.
Open 10 am - 10 pm
Friday and Saturday 10 am - Midnight
Memorial Day thru Labor Day
Sundays 10 am to 8 pm
Smith's Liquor Gallery opened in May 2005, when owner Tim Smith decided to turn his passions for food, wine and people into a liquor store. Tim wanted a mom-and-pop store that was friendly, well-lit, and inviting — with spacious aisles and quality food selections.
Smith's is a family-operated store, with Tim's parents Steve and Kathy serving as co-owners. Smith family favorites include the store's pinot noirs, craft beers, and scotches. The Smiths have enjoyed wine tastings across the globe.
After completing classes with the International Wine Guild, both Tim and Kathy became Certified Wine Merchants and Kathy was recently made a certified Executive Sommelier through the IWG.
Contact Kathy if you are interested in learning more about wine, hosting a wine tasting, planning a wine event, cellar management, or have a wine related question.
Philanthropy is important to the Smiths, and they donate regularly to organizations such as the Humane Society and National Public Radio.