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Beano's Cabin

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Beyond its fine cuisine and beautiful design, Beano's provides guests with a thrilling ride via sleighs, horses and more.
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Beano's Cabin Restaurant Review

: This cabin is hardly modest or rustic, but rather a hand-hewn log lodge nestled in an aspen grove, with large windows, high ceilings, an open kitchen and an array of Western artifacts and fabrics. In winter, Beano's is a private ski-in, ski-out luncheon club and a dinner adventure open to the public. Snowcat-drawn sleighs depart frequently from Rendezvous Cabin at the Beaver Creek base for the 20-minute ride, which --- wool blankets notwithstanding --- is just about as long as most people want to be out on a Colorado winter night. Summer access is by tractor-pulled wagon, horseback or van. Though transportation varies, the menu format does not: plan on a five-course prix-fixe meal with optional (read: non-inclusive) wine pairings (a three-course variant is available for younger children). Starters might include vegetables with candied walnuts in mascarpone-poppy seed dressing, fried rabbit with honey and horseradish aïoli and/or whiskey-glazed foie gras over plum terrine, followed by a palate-cleanser. Next comes elegant entrées like slow-cooked lamb cheeks with olive-lemon gremolata and shelling beans or venison flank steak accompanied by corn hash and braised peaches; there's always a vegetarian option as well. And desserts showcase Colorado’s seasonal bounty, ranging from goat cheese crêpes with pear compote in a port reduction to a trio of lemon mousse, olive oil cake and cucumber-melon sorbet.

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Overpriced! Bad food! Bad service! Trap for tourists!
by Anonymous on Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:50 am
Overpriced! Bad food! Bad service! Trap for tourists! Don’t go there! There are so many really nice restaurants in the area, don’t waist your time to go this place! The restaurant is up in the mountain so they bring you with a construction type of vehicle there which is very dirty, the seats are wet and they give you some disgusting blankets to cover yourself with, which you eventually have to use because the ride is long and freezing. The place itself is a large warehouse, unwelcoming, cold. The service is bad, the food is really bad and overpriced. They try to make you buy expensive wine, saying that the one you chose is unavailable etc. Really terrible place!
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