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JORY at The Allison Inn is named for the volcanic clay soil indigenous to the Willamette Valley region, though you won’t find that influences the interior design. The contemporary Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant in The Allison Inn & Spa is soaked with natural light from a wall of windows that frame towering groves of conifers, distant hazelnut orchards and a hillside of tangled pinot noir grape vines.
A soft wood interior is accented by magenta hues and leaf-print cushions. Our favorite design accent is a parade of autographed pinot noir magnums between the dining area and the open kitchen. A peek at the labels provides a glimpse at the movers and shakers of the Oregon wine industry. You’ll recognize names like pioneering producer Erath Winery, the sustainability leader Stoller Family Estate and the boutique and coveted Brickhouse Vineyards.