Breck lines etc.
To get the good lines at Breck you need to be selective. If you head over to Peak Seven you can get some great runs with fewer gapers because it is more of a pain in the ass to get over there. Dependent on your expertise, great lines are to be had at the top of Peak 8 in the various bowls. If you are into bumps, you can try Peak 10, and while you are over there, pockets of residual powder can often be found in the glade area known as The Burn. Even the more tourist infested Peak Nine can give you some kewl lines if you bear over to boarder left runs like American, Peerless, Gold King and Volunteer.
Food on any mountain is very expensive as you have to pay for them hauling everything up to the top of the mountain with no trucking services available. As was suggested before, stash some munchies in your pack and take advantage of the facilities to warm up, enjoy the spectacular views and inspect the plumbing without dumping a lot of cash for them to cook for you. If you can get past the cost, however, they do a good job with food at both the Peak Nine Restaurant and at Vista Haus at the top of Peak 8.
The town of Breckenridge is the great for apres riding with killer bars and restaurants in an authentic 19th century setting, and there are great lodging options both slopeside and in town.
I promise, I don't work for the Breckenridge resort, but that is the place where I learned to ride so the mountains there hold a special place in my heart. And though I really like the runs at Keystone (especially for night riding), Beaver Creek and A-Basin, I'll always return to what I still feel are my home mountains at Breck.