New retail options begin to open at Tamarack Resort

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New owners at Tamarack Resort are a year in, and the long-stalled central village is starting to take shape.

Two new retail options open this winter – one with the doors open and another on the way. The Village Market brings a grocery market back to the area and will open on January 17th.

A Tamarack representative said the market offers a line of groceries targeted to both short and long stay guests. Local products include beers, wines, jams, fresh-baked bread and “all things huckleberry.”

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Vendors include Homemade by Dorothy jams, Gaston’s bakery, Snake River Winery and DOMA Coffee. Beer and wine offerings include Cinder, Snake River Winery, Broken Horn Brewery, Grand Teton Brewery, Woodland Empire and more.

In Tamarack’s first incarnation, Crane Creek Market operated a location in a temporary structure at the resort. That 5,000 square foot store went through several changes before closing.

A new coffee shop opened in the village last month – Clearwater Coffee Co.

The new spot offers the usual coffee shop offerings – including pastries and food items.

The new retail locations join a raft of other changes at Tamarack – including restoration of a ski lift, real estate sales and others.

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