Tamarack is (in)famous throughout West Virginia and located near Beckley on I-64 & I-77 very near the southern merge/split. It is almost as well advertised as South of the Border on I-95 and the NC-SC border. Tamarack is a odd mix of a permanent craft fare with real WV artists working on site, and a highway rest-stop. The food is provided by chefs from the Greenbrier and hence quite a few notches up from your average fast-food place. The fried green tomato sandwich is famous and excellent, while the marinated chicken sandwich is good. The place is affordable, and provides ample opportunity to stretch your legs, and check out some West Virginian art. Also, if you still need some knickknack for the folks your visiting, you will find something here.
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