Stack & Still, the city centre pancake and bar venue opened it’s doors in October. Within six weeks they’d served over 35,000 customers. That’s over one tonne of Nutella, three tonnes of flour, 30,000 eggs, 2000 punnets for strawberries, 4200 bananas, 150kg of house roasted single origin coffee, one tonne bacon and 450 litres of maple syrup if you’re counting…
The team behind the brand have created a festive feast that offers a trio of pancake sliders to start including a smoked salmon, chorizo and pulled pork option plus a roast and pickled beetroot, walnut, goats cheese and sour cream flavour.
For the main event customers can select from a steak, seafood, veggie or classic turkey pancake stack with all the trimmings you would expect from a Christmas feast, including roast turkey and stuffing, maple carrots, cranberry sauce and parsnip crisps.
For those with a sweet tooth there will be a choice of a Christmas pudding pancake, sorbet selection or funnel cake with Dulce De Leche sauce.
Stack & Still is the brainchild of Glasgow based entrepreneur Paul Reynolds, who has previously launched The Gin Spa, Gin71 and Cup venues across the UK.
Paul said: “Stack & Still is a great option for work parties or groups of friends looking to break away from the tradition and expense of a formal sit down Christmas dinner.
We are right in the heart of city centre and offering a competitive menu at just £15pp so it’s inclusive and accessible for everyone from young millennials to festive shoppers and colleagues looking for something a bit different this Christmas.”
Customers will also be able to enjoy the venues unique self dispense bar – the very first of its kind in Scotland where they can help themselves to a selection of beers, prosecco on draft and even a curated cocktail offering from the Stack & Still in house mixologists.
Stack & Still is located at 100 West George Street
Customers can book for dinner via their website