Hotelier Nigel Pace and his wife, designer Sarah Ord, built their dream restaurant not once, but twice, after a fire that consumed the second floor of Leinster Hall within days of the 2015 opening. It took a year, but The Stack is open again, and triumphantly so. Eat Out critic John Maytham reviews – here.
Word on the Street – Things to see, trends to spot and places to be. Colour me happy! “It’s cool and fun, and come Summer, the jungly outdoor terrace will be buzzing.”
Designer Sarah Ord and her husband, hotelier Nigel Pace, put everything they had into getting The Stack ready to open by the proposed launch date. They faced the odds – relocated, wrangled with investors and contractors, worked day and night – and finally the moment arrived. Private Edition online link here.
“You never truly know how strong and resilient you are until you face disaster head on and, crucially, pull yourself through it. Looking at where we are today, I can’t believe how much Nigel and I have had to overcome to make our dream a reality.” Sarah
Welcome to the Club With a plethora of new restaurants opening in Cape Town Hillary Biller goes “clubbing” and discovers a colourful brasserie and bar. She shares six reasons to try it out.
Hear Nigel and Sarah chatting with Abstract AIMEE and Peter Goffe-Wood on 2Oceansvibe Radio.
The hottest new restaurants in Cape Town Private-members’ clubs are trending in the Mother City right now, and it’s thanks to The Stack! We’re not talking old-school fraternities clogged with cigar smoke and social climbers. The Stack is where you’ll find the city’s cool creatives enjoying fine food and excellent drinks in the comfort of […]
Cape Town welcomes relaunch of quirky private members club and brasserie after terrible fire… Designer Sarah Ord and her husband, hotelier Nigel Pace, put everything they had into getting The Stack ready to open by the proposed launch date. They faced the odds – relocated, wrangled with investors and contractors, worked day and night […]
‘Cocoon the room with rich fabrics and textures to turn it into a jewel box of colours. Go wild with mineral tones on every surface and accessorise with onyx, old gold, crystal and marble.’ – Sarah Ord