BECKLEY, WV (WVNS) – Like many other businesses, Tamarack closed its doors on Tuesday, March 17, but the “Best of West Virginia” will reopen on Thursday, May 21. During the more than two month closure, Tamarack decided it was time to re-invent themselves and make some creative changes.
Marketing Director, Leah Dunmyer, said Tamarack now has a refreshed look on the artisan floor with new items.
“The floor is completely reorganized so our pods have kind of shifted around. If you’re a visitor to Tamarack fairly frequently, you’ll realize things are not where we left them before,” Dunmyer said.
The dining at Tamarack is also getting an upgrade. What was once a cafeteria-style restaurant, will now function as a Deli, Grill, and Bakery.
“We’re going to redo how the restaurant was situated. Before it was more of a cafeteria style and now it will be more of a sit-down restaurant, we’ll bring your food to you sort of thing,” Dunmyer said.
A few menu changes were made to adapt to new business trends, but they will still offer their famous trout and friend green tomatoes, chicken pot pie, and the Greenbrier Peach and Cream.
Dunmyer said people are encouraged to practice new safety measures.
“Our staff has been trained on our safety precautions to keep everyone in our community safe. We recommend that everyone does wear a mask when coming to Tamarack and we will be enforcing the six feet of distance rule,” Dunmyer said.
Tamarack will have new hours of operation: Tuesday-Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., closed on Mondays. Curbside to-go meals will still be available Tuesday-Sunday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.