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A Funny Thing happened on the way to the Ruby Slipper, six friends and I found our way into the Stacks, a coffee and cocktail bar on Magazine St., staffed by the glamorous and cooly outrageous, Pamela "Pam" Benjamin.
Pam's mixology was magic, like an...More
Stopped in after our cruise ended and decided to stay the day because Pam was so amazing. She introduced us to ManMosas which are dangerously delicious and we loved the atmosphere! We will definitely be back!
In a stunning and delightful morning happenstance, my friends and I meandered into Stacks while waiting for our table at The Red Slipper for a morning brunch cocktail. As a gaggle of gays, Pam was receptive and served us up some of NOLA's best cocktails...More
We really didn't stay here very long. We popped in for beers before a tour. Before leaving one of our party got a hurricane to go, which if you've been around New Orleans seems to be one of those things where everybody has their own...More
I stopped in for a quick cup of coffee, but their cocktail menu looked pretty good as well. Great bartender and she pulled a great doppio (double espresso). Only downside was no whipped cream, but I just used regular creamer and it was all good....More
Stopped in for a drink, had two double Bloody Mary's. Wow, at the amount of liquor they pour around here! Pam was our bartender, she clearly loves her job and entertaining people. Very upbeat attitude.
They use a house mix for their Mary's that wasn't...More
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