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At the recommendation of just about everyone we saw in Beckley, we went to Tamarack. It was a very interesting visit. We wished we hadn't eaten before going as the food looked and smelled amazing. The booths and displays were top notch. We wish that...More
We stopped here on our way home from Myrtle Beach; and enjoyed the experience.
Though somewhat pricey; there is a wonderful variety of items to browse and explore. From a few souvenir level pieces, to many quality artistic creations; this is a great place to...More
Lots of hand crafted items. We visited on a Sunday and there were not any of the artist working, but many of them had places setup so you could watch them do their thing. To me prices seemed a little higher than I wxpected.
On our way home to Ohio! Looks forward to always stopping in Tamarack to enjoy a meal, very good food! Had broiled Trout and kale and Rice pilaf! One of my favorites! Anyone traveling 77-South or 77 North should stop Relax and visit the Artist...More
It had been a long time since we’d stopped at Tamarack for food and our stop was long overdue. Today’s special was smoked pork loin brined in apple cider. It was without a doubt the best pork I’ve ever had. It had excellent texture, was...More
Tamarack is a great place. It's a perfect place to "stop and stretch". The have lots of regionally made arts and crafts and very good food at reasonable prices. It's unlike any place I've visited. Best described as a retail rest area with great food!
Lovely diversion while passing through WV. Plenty of homemade quilts, ceramic, local wines, and lovely glass works. Unfortunately it is very expensive. ($50 for a coffee mug?) Nice place to stretch and enjoy the local craftsmanship and have a bite to eat. Bring your wallet.
Followed the signs on the freeway. It was a nice stop. The displays and items for sale were very nice. You could easily spend hours here when the artist are busy. There is a place to eat. Will probably stop on our way back north.