Stack's has somewhat of a dual personality. On one side is a great little lunch place with dishes like seared tuna salad, muffaletta, and mini tuna burgers. Right next door is Stack's Evening Eats, which serves — you guessed it — dinner in a more bistro setting. Over on that side, you can start off with fresh pulled mozzarella, country paté, and a glass of wine. For the main course try the cornflake fried flounder or the grilled rib-eye with smoked gouda mac and cheese and green beans. Both sides are worth checking out, depending on what time you find yourself in the area. —Eric Doksa, Dish (Summer 2012)
A small menu focuses on fresh seafood with duck, steak, and pork entree options too.