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About Beano's Cabin
Amazing cuisine, well-chosen wines, impeccable service, and unique transportation options to the restaurant have made our mountain-top cabin a favorite destination for years!
The restaurant is nestled atop the slopes of Beaver Creek Resort, so the only way to get to Beano's Cabin in the winter is by a 20 minute open air sleigh ride pulled by a Snowcat. Please note, your reservation time is your departure time.
Live music is performed by an acoustic guitarist while guests dine on a thoughtfully prepared meal by Executive Chef Kevin Erving.
Adults enjoy a 5-course menu
Children under 13 may enjoy our 3-course children's menu*
While we do not offer an à la carte menu, the menu is not prix fixe and guests have their choice from a variety of options within the courses. Sample menus provided are subject to change.
*Pricing coming soon. Prices are for the sleigh ride and meal only and do not include taxes, gratuity, or alcohol.
Avon, CO 81620
American, Creative Western, Wild Game
Hours of Operation:
Beano’s Cabin is currently closed. Beano's Cabin will be reopen on Friday, December 8th, 2017, serving dinner nightly through early April, 2018.
We are currently taking reservations for the winter season. Online reservations are available for parties of 8 or fewer. For larger parties you must call the reservation line at (970) SKI-DINE/754-3463. The reservation is open Monday - Friday, 9:30am-4:30pm MST.
The only way to get to Beano's Cabin in the winter is by a 20 minute open air sleigh ride pulled by a Snowcat. Please note, your reservation time is your sleigh departure time.
Thank you for your interest in Beano's Cabin! We look forward to assisting you with your reservation!
*Beano's Cabin is open in the summer season from June - September. We begin taking summer reservation in May.
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Nightly musical performances by an acoustic guitarist enhance the dining experience.
Complementary parking is available in the Ford Hall & Villa Montane village parking structures. You must show your Beano's Cabin dinner receipt upon exiting the parking garage for validation. If there is not a parking attendant you must press the "call" button when exiting the parking garage and inform dispatch that you were dining at Beano's Cabin. They will remotely open the gate for you.
Guests staying within Beaver Creek Resort should take a complementary, Village Transportation shuttle by calling 970.949.1938.
Private Party Facilities:
Groups of 20 people or more, should call the Beaver Creek Group Sales Department for reservations at 970.754.5762.
Private Party Contact:
Group Sales Department: (970) 754-5762
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Beano's Cabin Ratings and Reviews
Michael, our waiter rocked! We were seated for the 7:30 seating, which we did not realize was past the children's menu options. Well, luckily our 9 and 11 year happended to love the two speciality entre's of the night, but Micheal was quick to re-adjust with the Chef in order to provide kid friendly extras, such as personal pizza's for an app; and french fries as their side....btw...the pesto scallops were wonderful.
Of course the sleigh ride there and back is always special.
Thank you for being a high end restaurant that doesn't mind you including your children.
My family and I were on holiday in Colorado from the UK and came across an advert for Beanos Cabin and decided to treat ourselves. And what a treat it was!! The staff at Beaver Creek were really helpful and friendly in getting us all on the sleigh and had a great welcome at the restaurant. Loved the food and atmosphere. Very memorable experience. My 9 month old niece was also very welcome and the restaurant did have a nice family atmosphere. Only let down was that the end of the meal was very rushed and we weren't offered coffee etc, the bill was put on the table without us asking. We guessed they wanted the table for other customers. But up till that point the staff were so friendly and attentive.
Sleigh ride down with entertainment was very enjoyable. Service was excellent. This is a special treat for a group or a nice romantic night out. I liked the way the restaurant was laid out so was not too noisy! Beautiful views of the mountians as well! A night to remember!
Beautiful restaurant, and the sleigh ride up the mountain is a real high-light. The food is complex, and beautifully presented. However, as a family attending their restaurant, our service was less than desired. Our entire table spent a good deal of the evening with empty glasses-- wine, soda pop, or water. Empty, finished plates also sat on the table for far too long. This seems inexcusable given the hefty price one pays. We were a party of six, and 18% gratuity is automatically charged. In a restaurant of this caliber, we would normally have left a 25% tip, but felt cheated with even the 18%. :(
Delightful sleigh ride up the hill with entertaining Pete as our guide
Super friendly and enthusiastic staff . Snugly warm ambiance. Slippers(which
our men chose to wear) a nice touch. Filets were the best flavored ever
Everyone loved their meal. Great service. Wonderful night. Just wish the shuttle back to Avon
had still been running. Had to make 3 calls for cab service.
Having traveled the world, and being a personal chef myself, I have to say that this is one of the best restaurants at which we have ever dined.The squash soup with candied pecans was outstanding and the Berkshire Pork and tenderloin were to die for. I would highly recommend Beanos!
Great experience to ride up the mountain on the snow cat. Interesting menu but the more "safe" appetizers were sold out, so had to try Drunken Elk Tar Tar and Rabbit, not so excited about that, would have preferred the proscutto. Great experience but felt they pushed towards the end to try to turn over tables and fill up their Snow Cat on the way down. No need for them to approach tables, they should just post their schedule.
We've been to Beano's many times over the past 15 years sharing one of our favorite restaurants with both business associates and personal friends. It has always been a special experience, from the ride up the mountain to the varied menu, excellent wine list and wonderful music. We have always had fun, friendly and excellent service. We were confident we'd have the same experience when we invited visiting friends to join us this past weekend. Unfortunately, our dining experience was not great, not even close. Service was slow and our various waitstaff appeared rushed and a bit abrupt. Music was loud and not up to talent level of our past experiences. Perhaps we just hit an "off" night?
Don't miss Beano's Cabin on your stay in the Beaver Creek/Vail/Edwards area! The snowcat-sleigh ride begins your experience. You might be lucky enough to have Jeb play his "Broken Snowboard Blues" for you. Then when you reach the cabin, you warm up to a magical, rustic setting, with willing and knowledgeable servers, happy to cater to your needs. The oysters in their natural juices, tequila, lime and cucumber were a standout for an appetizer. We dined on Colorado Lamb and Rainbow Trout with perfect wine parings. I will be returning again and again to this warm, wonderful cabin. Live music was provided by a lone guitarist who played great baby boomer tunes beautifully but unobtrusively.
Beaver Creek is a resort community for families, but Beano's missed the mark with how they handled their kid's menu. Upon seating we requested kid's menu for our two children and were told loudly by 2 different waiters with attitude that "the price was still the same"....my husband and I were offended by the waiters when we didn't even ask about price. Why would the waiters assume that we were concerned about price? Also, the wine steward felt inclined to tell us that the wine he was recommending was from a vineyard that had been sued. What a strange comment
We had high expectations for Beano's Cabin but were disappointed. Reservations are required, and our reservation was for 7pm. We were not seated until 8pm, which is very late. The ambiance was poor as the restaurant was extremely noisy. We could barely talk to our table mates due to the noise and the tables are extremely close together. For the price....$112 per person, excluding drinks, I was expecting much more. We will not be back. We tried Zach's Cabin last year, similar set-up, and we really enjoyed that experience much more over Beano's Cabin. Food was better, ambiance was significantly better, and our reservations were on time!
A great restaurant tucked up in the mountain- from the snowcat sleigh ride up to the comfy slippers upon your arrival, every detail has been thought of. The food is amazing no matter what you choose, and thankfully the portions are appropriately sized because there are 5 courses. The entire staff is friendly, welcoming and most accommodating, and we can't wait to return!
Over snow transport made for an interesting start to a special evening. Be sure to dress warmly and follow the instructions given by the sleigh hostess for using the waterproof ponchos. It's a much more enjoyable ride being warm and dry. Changing into supplied slippers in the cloakroom was a nice touch to make us comfortable. The log cabin environment was classic and inviting. The waitstaff were exceptional. They were always attentive but never intrusive. One waitress even suggested moving us to another table when she realized that we were seated between two tables of noisy young children. (This is not a children's restaurant) The menu choices were impressive. The food presentation and taste was fabulous. Beano's Cabin is a must visit.
Beano's Cabin is an interesting experience. I thought it might be a bit touristy, however, it's not. The ride up in the snow cat is beautiful, especially on a clear night where you can see the stars. The service in the restaurant is impeccable and the food is solid, but not outstanding.
My major complaint is that we ordered a $200+ bottle of French Burgundy and it had not been cellared. It's inexcusable to sell premium wine and serve it at room temperature.
So, I would recommend the restaurant, just drink cocktails and stay away from the wine list.
I love the "experience" of Beano's cabin. The ride to and from is beautiful. Unfortunately our food was not very good. I got the lamb upon our waiter's request. It was so tough I could not even cut it with the knife. It was very chewy. My husband got the elk and did not enjoy it either. Our servers and the manager were so very nice though, and did a really good job. They replaced my lamb with a filet which was much better, but not anything very special. I do not mind paying $200-$300 for a beautiful dinner. However, if I do, I expect the food to be outstanding! I will say everything else about the experience was very nice including the ambiance and the service. I don't think I would return to Beano's though.
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