“Expanding the breadth of dining options in the Village at Tamarack has been one of our team’s top priorities from day one,” says Scott Turlington, president of Tamarack Resort.
TAMARACK, Idaho (PRWEB) September 29, 2020
Along with the release of its winter season schedule (Friday, Dec. 11, 2020-Sunday, April 4, 2021), Tamarack Resort is proud to announce the opening of several new dining options in the Village at Tamarack:
A new food hall in the Village will house the following establishments:
- The Alpine Grill: Your classic diner, offering a variety of breakfast dishes along with burgers, hotdogs, fries, steak fingers, chicken tenders and more.
- Pizza: Specializing in handtossed, thin-crust sourdough pies and fold-over slices.
- Summit Bowls: Fresh, healthy grain-based bowls with an array of vegetables and other toppings.
- Tilted Taco: Fast-casual Mexican fare—burritos, tacos and more.
Additionally, Tamarack will open a new stand-alone restaurant within the Village at Tamarack. The Reserve will treat guests to upscale, Italian-inspired fare and ambience.
All restaurants are scheduled to open Friday, Dec. 11.
Along with these changes comes the closure of Seven Devils Pub and Canoe Grill. The pub’s dome structure will be removed prior to the upcoming winter season, and the dome housing Canoe Grill will be repurposed to become the primary rental and retail space to allow for safe social distancing.
“Expanding the breadth of dining options in the Village at Tamarack has been one of our team’s top priorities from day one,” says Scott Turlington, president of Tamarack Resort. “We are thrilled to offer our guests and homeowners a variety of casual and upscale options meeting any preference or dietary need.”
Tamarack will continue to limit capacity of indoor spaces to keep guests safe and to comply with Central District Health guidelines. The resort will also implement new policies to provide 2020-2021 passholders with rollover credits in the event of a government-mandated closure prior to the season’s end.
If the resort is unable to open or must immediately suspend operations before the conclusion of the season, holders of a Boundless Pass — Tamarack’s year-round, all-resort pass — will receive the following rollover credit for the 2021-2022 season based on the date of closure:
Prior to Dec. 15, 2020: 100% credit
- Dec. 16-Jan. 15: 75% credit
- Jan. 16-Feb. 15: 50% credit
- Feb. 16-March 15: 25% credit
- March 16 or later: 0% credit
The Boundless Pass and The Express Card for the 2020-2021 season are on sale, and guests are encouraged to purchase these passes early to guarantee access to the mountain as the sale of single-day lift tickets may be constrained to ensure shorter lines and uncrowded slopes (especially on weekends and holidays) for guests’ safety and enjoyment.
“Tamarack is focused on providing a safe, memorable experience for our guests,” says Turlington. “That’s why we are taking extra precautions, such as offering touchless ticket- and pass-pickup boxes as well as noncontact, pay-as-you-go, direct-lift access.”
All guests who have lodging booked through Tamarack Resort for the 2020-2021 season will be guaranteed access to lifts. Tamarack is also a member of the Indy Pass, which gives current season passholders two days at over 50 partner resorts across North America for only $199.
About Tamarack Resort
Tamarack Resort is a four-season destination located 90 miles north of Boise in Donnelly, Idaho. From on-site lodging, dining and event space to the full range of outdoor recreation in the Idaho mountains, there is adventure for all seasons. The winter brings 2,800 feet of vertical on 1,020 lift-accessed acres for skiers and snowboarders, along with Nordic and snowshoe trails. During the summer, the resort is home to mountain biking, hiking, rafting and watersports on Lake Cascade. For more information on recreation, lodging and real estate, visit http://www.tamarackidaho.com.