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Every table at JORY at The Allison Inn has a vista that frames the soul of the Willamette Valley — conifer groves, prolific gardens and cascading grape vines. In this mix, you can easily find intimate tables for two or space for larger dinner parties. If we had to pick our favorite spot to dine, it’s without a doubt perched on one of 10 cushy chairs at the chef’s counter, where you can feel the heat of the grill.
You’ll have a front-row seat to culinary show at the Willamette Valley restaurant — watching chefs in crisp whites filleting, grilling, smoking, dicing and slicing. We think it’s the best seat in the house. Although we’ve yet to sit at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant's chef’s table, a handcrafted trestle-style table made from a single slab of black walnut tucked just behind the kitchen, it’s on our bucket list.