I’m not sure what I was expecting when I walked into Wet Willie’s, but it wasn’t this. The walls are bright pink and covered in rainbows, and the menu is a long list of frozen drinks with wacky names like “Shock Treatment”, “Monkey Shine” and “Naked Willie” But, the food was surprisingly good!
Keep reading for our Wet Willie’s Mobile, AL Review!
Wet Willie’s is a lively, brick-walled chain bar known for its rainbow of frozen drinks, plus offbeat pub fare. Wet Willie’s is worth checking out if you’re looking for a unique experience and some good food.
Location: 200 Dauphin St, Mobile, AL 36602
Type of Food Served: Lively, brick-walled chain bar known for its rainbow of frozen drinks, plus offbeat pub fare.
What are the hours of operation?
The hours of operation for Wet Willie’s Bar and Restaurant in Downtown Mobile, Alabama are:
Monday – Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Sunday 12:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Wet Willie’s hours are subject to change, so please verify ahead of time or go online to ensure they’re open.
What is the strongest drink at Wet Willie’s?
The Call-A-Cab is Wet Willie’s strongest drink. Premium® rum, blended with equal parts cherry and strawberry flavors and a lot of 190° grain alcohol.
How many Wet Willie’s locations are there?
There are actually 12 Wet Willie’s locations! You can find this fun place in NJ, SC, TN, GA, FL, and Downtown Mobile Alabama!
What to Expect at Wet Willie’s Downtown
Situated on a thriving corner lot in Downtown Mobile, right on Dauphin Street, you can expect a lively crowd here! Note, though, that you must show your ID to even enter OR be with your parents.
This place is perfect if you’re looking for a fun and unique experience, with great food to boot.
Wet Willie’s is known for their frozen drinks – which come in a rainbow of colors. If you’re feeling daring, try the “Shock Treatment” or the “Call-a-Cab”. But, if you’re not in the mood for alcohol, they also have a non-alcoholic frozen drink the “Weak Willie”.
The food menu is your typical pub fare, with a few Wet Willie’s twists. The appetizers include things like their famous “Fish Tacos” and the “Willie’s Baked Wings”. But, take note that each Wet Willie’s location has a different menu!
The Details You Need
The following details help you plan your visit to Wet Willie’s in Downtown Mobile, Alabama:
There is no parking lot at Wet Willie’s in Downtown Mobile, Alabama so you will need to utilize street parking or one of the public lots.
You must be 21 years or older to enter Wet Willie’s in Downtown Mobile, Alabama. If you are under 21, you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
Wet Willie’s can accommodate most dietary needs. If you have any questions or concerns, please ask your server.
The prices at Wet Willie’s are average for a pub/restaurant. appetizers range from $5-$12, entrees from $10-$16, and desserts from $4-$6.
Drinks are: Small $7, medium $8, & large$9
There is no formal dress code at Wet Willie’s.
Our Final Thoughts on Wet Willie’s Bar and Restaurant
If you’re looking for a fun and unique experience, Wet Willie’s is definitely worth checking out.
I LOVE a good Strawberry Daquiri and Wet Willie’s delivers!
I also enjoyed their fries and delicious chicken tenders, but by far my favorite was the Mozzarella Bites. OMG! I want more just thinking about them!
Plus, I love sitting at the wall of windows and watching all the people on Dauphin Street.
Wet Willie’s is our go-to place while visiting Downtown Mobile for our frozen daiquiris.
The many different options allow for us both to be able to get what we want.
The last time we went, we decided to get food and were pleasantly surprised!
The chicken quesadilla was fantastic! I was able to sneak a few chicken tenders from Kelli’s plate and they were good as well.
With a lively crowd and great food, it’s the perfect place to go with friends. Be sure to try one of their famous frozen drinks – Ricky’s personal favorite is the “Shock Treatment”!
DISCLAIMER: All thoughts and opinions are our own. We purchased our meal(s) ourselves and didn’t work with anyone on this review. So, if something is inaccurate that is on us.