CapeTownMagazine.com

The Stack Restaurant in Gardens

We'll get through this. CapeTownTogether
Follow our social channels for useful news,
daily local champions + find moments of joy
 
+27(0)72 350 2062
Ideas Cartel - 113 Loop Street
www.capetownmagazine.com/subscribe
CapeTownMag
CapeTownMagazine.com
capetownmag

The Stack Restaurant in Gardens

A one-of-a-kind public brasserie and private members club truly offering guests a unique Cape Town experience

Just six days after opening its doors in July 2015, The Stack – owned by designer Sarah Ord and her husband hotelier Nigel Pace – situated in historic Leinster Hall in Gardens offering patrons a stylish brasserie as well as a members-only area upstairs, was tragically destroyed by a fire that swept through the top floor of the property. Since then and after months of hard work, the illustrious 160-year old Victorian building has been rebuilt and restored to its former glory (as well as has received a few extra improvements and adjustments) and is now officially ready to start serving the public once again.

Re-launched in June 2016, The (reimagined and repurposed) Stack truly offers customers a one-of-kind experience comprising a luxurious public brasserie and bar downstairs offering delicious, simple French fare as well as a unique private members-only club located upstairs complete with a lounge, verandah, bar and three meeting rooms.

The Brasserie and Bar

Offering diners authentic and hearty French fare, The Stack’s brasserie guarantees simple, great-tasting dishes, not to mention an extensive wine list. The unassuming venue is comfortable and friendly and even serves a plats du jour option [a specific dish prepared on a particular day] that will change daily – think coq au vin, pork schnitzel and moules Marinieres to name but a few weekly options. Other lunch and dinner items include pork confit (confit Kolbroek pork belly served with caramelised apple purée, fynbos honey-glazed carrots and cider jus), Croque-Madame sandwich (grilled Gruyère and smoked black forest ham sandwich served with sunny side up egg on brioche) and beef bourguignon (braised shin of African Angus beef served with smoked bacon, mushroom and lentil cassoulet). The stylish Gardens eatery also has a bar area situated next door where guests are welcome to eat at the spacious counter or enjoy a few craft beers while waiting for a seat at the Brasserie.

Private Members Club

Located upstairs, club members have access to the private bar area, lounge and outdoor verandah. Members also have access to the Screening Room – 16-seater equipped with a smart television, the 12-seater Huddle Room and eight-seater Cuddle Room (bookings must be pre-arranged). Free, hi-speed Wi-fi, on-site parking, access to the club’s concierge service, chef access for on-site and off-site functions, invitations to The Stack’s exclusive events as well as VIP tickets to local events and complimentary pre-arranged luxury chauffeur transfer to and from the club (within 10-km), are a few other luxuries benefits club members are presented with. 

Membership is on a referral basis only and Sarah and Nigel are very clear about the personalities that will work well in the space. Looking for people who have an appreciation of the finer things in life, the owners wish to create a welcoming space that allows for all members to feel comfortable and at ease with one another and their surroundings.

Sarah and Nigel have created a unique and interesting space and experience as well as something very unlike any other Cape Town venue. The Stack guests – whether as a citizen of the public appreciating an impeccable meal at the brasserie or as a private club member enjoying a drink upstairs at the bar – are truly presented with the opportunity to indulge in the luxuries  of life…

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday: 12pm – 9:30pm

Leinster Hall | 7 Weltevreden Street | Gardens | Cape Town| +27 (0) 21 286 0187

---

While in the area, don’t forget to check out The Mount Nelson Hotel. Located just across the road from The Stack, out-of-town guests are also encouraged to stay there. 

---

Use our events section for an up-to-date overview of happenings in Cape Town. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter and if you have a smartphone, add m.capetownmagazine.com to your home screen for quick access on the go!

Follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, join our Google+ circle, connect with us on LinkedIn, check out our photos on Instagram and follow our Pinterest boards for updates on what’s happening in and around the Mother City.

Cape Town Events Calendar
December 2020
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31

One&Only A glamorous escape at One&Only Cape ...

A resort holiday with special experiences for less than ever

Distillers & Union Make your unique brand of gin

And there’s more: vodka, rum, fiery ginger beer plus the chance to tour this working ...

IVEE Free: Learn how to homeschool better at ...

The Virtual Education Expo is free to attend

africamps7Discover South Africa with these great ...

From the pet-friendly Stanford Hills to a camp located on a large fishing dam in Limpopo

café rouxCafe Roux Noordhoek has an exciting ...

See Matthew Mole, The Kiffness, Fintry and more live at Café Roux this month

virtual_garden3Discover the McGregor Magic Virtual ...

Explore South Africa’s amazing biodiversity without leaving home

Watershed 2Known favourites and new discoveries at ...

825 square-meters of the best in African art, craft, design, and now beauty

robin_hoodLunch is sorted at Robin Hood Burger ...

Robin Hood in Kloof Street has basket lunch deals every day

The grill father The Grillfather is back with a hearty ...

Enjoy their 2.8kg pure beef patty and backyard braai vibes

spring_2Bradwell Spring: Vredehoek’s fresh ...

It’s the second formalised spring water collection point built by the City

spring_1Newlands Spring: Cape Town’s ...

Rules are in place to ensure everyone’s safety

VW_October_promotions4Barons Cape Town VW is open to the ...

Quicker services and courtesy cars for essential workers

GiveawaysTravel Tips