This more casual restaurant is next door to Peaks and shares its lovely lake view and commitment to sustainable ingredients. The wide-ranging menu should satisfy varied appetites, from baby back ribs to black bean burgers to a tofu banh mi sandwich. But the star of the show is the Mountain of Nachos, a cheesy pile of chips, beef/cage-free chicken/black beans, and all the fixins, that can certainly fill up four people. The full menu is also available in the adjacent Deadman’s Bar, which claims one of the park’s only TVs, a roaring fireplace, and a nice selection of local microbrews, wines, and cocktails.