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Two restaurants are slated to close at Tamarack Resort. 

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This summer the resort has been moving restaurants and other businesses housed in the temporary domes to the Village at Tamarack. However, Seven Devils Pub and Canoe Grill will permanently close.

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“We’ve started the process of removing all the equipment and furnishing from the domes,” Tamarack Resort President Scott Turlington said. “(We) will soon begin dismantling those which housed Seven Devils and Canoe Grill.”

There are still several dining options for guests visiting Tamarack, including Mile-High Cantina at mid-mountain and Fern & Feather in the Lodge at Osprey Meadows.

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Work on the Village at Tamarack started in 2008, and stopped in 2009 for nearly a decade. New owner Imperium Blue finally restarted the project, completing condos and retail space early this year.

Correction: An earlier version of this story said Seven Devils Pub and Canoe Grill were closed temporarily not permanently.

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Autum Robertson
Autum is a BoiseDev reporter focused on Ketchum, McCall and general news. Contact her at autum@boisedev.com.

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