Rambler's Steak House - 8200 South Port Drive, Suite 112, Manhattan, KS

October 27, 2016, 9:30 AM

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: After 21 years Ramblers Steakhouse has closed their doors forever. This is a combination of the Manhattan & Wamego Rambler’s. Make plans to attend!

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: After 21 years Ramblers Steakhouse has closed their doors forever. This is a combination of the Manhattan & Wamego Rambler’s. Make plans to attend!

DINING ROOM: Over 165 Oak chairs; (25) 38”X38” Oak dining tables: (2) 42”X8’ Oak dining tables; (5) 48” Oak round tables; (1) 60” Oak round table; (1) 36” Oak round table; (3) 48” round dining tables; Pixil Point of Sale System, 3 station, HP processor w/slip printers; (2) patio heaters; assorted framed pictures.

BAR: True 1 door s/s cooler; (13) LG 42” flat screen TV’s; (2) LG 50” flat screen TV’s; (1) Vizio 50” flat screen TV; (3) LG 32” flat screen TV’s; Haier counter top wine cooler; (2) jockey boxes; (2) True mdl T-24 glass chillers.

KITCHEN: True 2 door s/s cooler, mdl-T48; 1000lb ice machine w/1300lb bin w/remote compressor; Frymaster 3 vat fryer, mdl GF14SD; 3 comp steam table; Bev Air 4’ sandwich make table; 5’ s/s prep table; 4’ char broiler; Rankin Deluxe Radiant charbroiler; Wolf 5’ combo range, 36” grill, 4 burner, dbl oven, 1 convection; Blodgett, Mark V dbl stack convection oven, elect, 220, sgl phase; Metro mdl CM2000; Flavor View proofer; Maximum 1 door s/s freezer; Berkel mdl 810 auto slicer; Hobart 12qt mixer with paddle, whip & hook; Hobart tenderizer;(2) Cambro insulated transport holding carts; assorted racks; CresCor ½ size holding cabinet; (2) domestic freezers; 5’ s/s table; assorted small wares, includes s/s bake pans, hotel pans, china, flatware, utensils, etc.

TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash or approved check the day of the auction. Visa, MC of Discover. 12% live buyer’s premium, 10% if paid by cash. All equipment is selling “as is, where is”. All equipment to be removed by October 31st, 4PM.

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