Another Cape Town landmark to be reinvented is Leinster Hall. What was once a meeting place for the Cape Town Club, has been turned into The Stack, offering club membership for a new generation.
Winter Sundowner. All that the swallows (as British expats are known) migrating to Cape Town this winter need to know is that darling Nigel Pace has triumphed. His private members’ club The Stack, near Mount Nelson, is a must-visit for its fun bar, fab no-fuss brasserie (both of which are open to non-members), and whizzo […]
Nominated for Gourmet Restaurant Awards 2016 Design & Decor award. From the Ashes. The Stack boasts authentic French food from the brasserie, craft beers to relax with in the bar and a salubrious atmosphere all round.
For these awards, we keep the judges out of it and give you the power. The 2016 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Best Everyday Eateries will be the restaurants in each province in each category with the highest average ratings on eatout.co.za from 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2016 – that’s a full year of reviews […]
If you came for a quintessential gentleman’s club – complete with requisite murky lighting, low-hanging cigarette smoke and patchy plum carpet – you might think you’ve wandered into the wrong manor house.
Where we’re drinking! Situated in historic Leinster Hall in Gardens, Cape Town, THE STACK offers patrons a stylish brasserie where they enjoy delicious, simple French dishes…
Our next contender for the 2016 Boschendal Style Award is The Stack, Cape Town’s eclectic brasserie and private club. Here’s why it deserves its nomination as the most stylish restaurant in SA.
Days after Sarah Ord and Nigel Pace realised their dream of opening The Stack, a brasserie and private members club in Cape Town, a fire destroyed the building’s top floor.
The Stack is an elegant restaurant run by Nigel Pace, whose tenure as manager of the Cape Grace Hotel made it what it is today.
Stacking up… Enjoy authentic French country fare at The Stack’s Brasserie restaurant in Gardens.