Tucked in the woods on the ski mountain, Beano’s Cabin offers an unusual, albeit expensive, dinner option for families. In the winter, you reach the log cabin via snowcat-drawn sleigh; in the summer, ride via a horse-drawn wagon or in a four-wheel drive van. Children under 11 are offered a discounted three-course meal, while adults choose from a four- or five-course dinner. Choose from gourmet salads and starters such as foie gras or duck confit, as well as entrees like sea scallops, beef tenderloin or rack of lamb. Kids start with “fruit sushi” and end with a chocolate brownie and ice cream; in between, they might order penne pasta, chicken parmesan or halibut fish sticks. Beano’s cabin is both elegant and rustic, with elk-antler chandeliers hanging above white tablecloths. And it’s not just food you’ll enjoy at Beano’s Cabin — musical entertainment accompanies your meal.