Slope-side at the Jackson Gore Inn, Coleman Brook is the fanciest and most expensive of Okemo's dozen or so places to eat, but it's not formal—you'll find diners wearing ski boots crowding the tables at lunch. Large wing chairs and big banquettes line window bays. Ask to sit in the Wine Room, a separate section where tables are surrounded by their noteworthy collection of bottles. Start with a pound of mussels steamed in butter, garlic, white wine, and fresh herbs. Then move on to the sesame seed–crusted ahi tuna served over green-tea soba noodles in a ginger-miso broth. The s'mores dessert is cooked over a tabletop "campfire."