Aly Limbocker, Owner & Event Coordinator of Bockers II Catering has been planning & catering events for many years and has planned and executed countless events in the Manhattan & surrounding areas. With her experience, attention to detail and creativity she believes in fulfilling even the most challenging requests and wishes and is ready to make your event the most fabulous event in town.
Great Service is a Limbocker Family Tradition
In 1971, with the opening of the food and beverage operations at the Ramada Inn (now the Holiday Inn at the Campus) Bob and Larry Limbocker followed in their father's 35-year history's footsteps in creating one of the most unique family restaurants in fine dining in Manhattan. Thus became the name of Bockers II, derived from the last part of their name. The operations included in-house and off-premisis catering, fine dining, and family restaurants. Also in 1985, Bockers II opened the Cotton Club at the Wareham Hotel (now known as Harry's). In 1991, Bob and Larry Limbocker dedicated their ambitions to off-premisis catering, opening a 2,000 square foot kitchen, which has since grown to 4,700 square feet, with our offices currently located at 221 N. 4th St.
Over the years, some of Bockers II's greatest accomplishments were the Opening Gala of Manhattan Towncenter for 2,000 black tie guests and the Gala Opening for Bramlage Coliseum for 1,500 guests. Upon retirement of Larry Limbocker in 2004, Aly Limbocker joined Bob in continuing the family tradition of Bockers II Catering Services. Together they continue to evolve with new ideas and services.
|Kansas Restaurant Association|
|National Restaurant Association|
|Manhattan Chamber of Commerce|
|Aggieville Business Association|
|Junction City Chamber of Commerce|
|National Catersource Member|
|People's Choice Catering Award|
The service and food we had at our graduate program economic summit was the best we have ever experienced in Manhattan. Thank you so much for your effort to maintain our budget requirements. The K-State alums were very impressed!