Tamarack Resort unveiled the plan for its newest gathering spot.
Seven Devils Taphouse will sit in the resort’s Village. The name, Seven Devils Taphouse, pays ‘homage’ to Tamaracks first bar – Seven Devils Pub and the Seven Devils Mountain Range. The pub was open from 2004 to winter 2020.
The Village at Tamarack is a project the resort has been working on for more than a decade. BoiseDev reported here that problems caused by the economy and legal challenges stalled the project.
The 5,000 square foot taphouse will have uncovered and covered outdoor seating that overlooks the West Mountain and snow front. The ground floor will have indoor seating that wraps around a bar, a self-pour beer area, and a mezzanine for dining. Seven Devils Taphouse restaurant will hold over 200 patrons.
“We recognize that part of making memories for our guests is not just the adventure itself but in raising a glass or sharing a meal to celebrate those experiences together,” Tamarack President Scott Turlington said. “This will be that spot not only for après ski but to catch beautiful sunsets over the summit in the summer and fall after a day on the trails or golf course. And this will be the best place to do so in all of Idaho and the West.”
The resort announced several major upgrades prior to the season starting. A small update in the news release said those plans that include adding additional skiable terrain and restoring the Osprey Meadows golf course are ‘moving forward.’
Disclosure: Tamarack Resort is a BoiseDev sponsor. It had no role in the selection or production of this story.