We want to give a special welcome to one of Utah Valley's newest restaurants Tamarack located at 16000 N Freedom Blvd in Provo. Tamarack has been open for a few weeks now and is going strong. We are so excited for is Utah inspired restaurant and all it has to offer. They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I feel like breakfast is an underrated meal, but Tamarack has fixed that. You have to try the German Pancakes with apple or peach. If that isn't your style you can have the steak and eggs, it comes with black angus primal sirloin from Creekstone Farms and 2 eggs cooked any way you want, hash browns AND toast. I'm in to hash browns in a big way.

It's not just the eggs that come with Creekstone Black Anugus, all their beef is. Black Angus is known as the gold standard for premium beef-consistently tender and delicious. Creekstone Farms is one of the best places to get it. Speaking of beef, you should try the Tamarack Burger for lunch, it's a 1/2 pound of this amazing beef served with provolone cheese, applewood smoked bacon, onion strings, lettuce, tomato, house steak sauce and your choice of house fries or tamarack chips. Let's not act like I didn't have you at applewood smoked bacon. You can also get a classic burger for a lighter option or a mushroom burger if you are into that kind of thing. A must try is the Rib eye steak.

They are more than just a steak house by far, they have amazing pastas, salads, wraps, and flatbreads. Everything is made with the best ingredients and lives up to your greatest food experiences.

As an interesting side note, we asked where the name came from. The restaurant is name after the owner's favorite tree the Larix laricina, commonly known as the tamarack. It is a small to medium-size boreal coniferous and deciduous tree reaching 33-66 feet tall. It is not an evergreen, but is a pine that turns bright yellow in the autumn.