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About JORY Restaurant at The Allison Inn & Spa
The Allison Inn & Spa's acclaimed restaurant, JORY pays tribute to Oregon’s agricultural bounty with its own 1.5 acre vegetable garden and 850 item wine list known for its depth in Willamette Valley producers. Under the direction of Executive Chef Sunny Jin, JORY is one of Oregon's top culinary destinations. Known for delectable Wine Country cuisine, the freshest local ingredients and stunning Willamette Valley vistas, a meal here is inspired. Settle into the elegant yet comfortable dining room accented with fine art and appointments. Outside, soak up the sun on plush outdoor seating on the porch, with sweeping views of Willamette Valley and hazelnut orchards. Or enjoy a roaring cozy fireplace, perfect for an aperitif or after dinner conversation.
Newberg, OR 97132
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily, 6:30am - 10:30am
Saturday & Sunday Brunch: 9:00am - 2:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Saturday, 11:30am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Daily 5:30pm - 9:00pm
$50 and over
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Each Friday and Saturday join us in The Living Room for a night of vibrant musical entertainment, from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm, complimentary, ***all are welcome***. Past performers have been Michael Allen Harrison, Tom Grant, Karla Harris and more!
For those occasion that call for a more customized approach, The Allison Inn & Spa offers private dining services and venues for groups of 20-250.
Since we realize that even serious venues can multi-task and be ideal for social gatherings or celebrations, you’ll discover our catering facilities are perfect for performances, weddings, parties for all occasions, corporate meetings, important board meetings, executive retreats and a ballroom designed for, of all things, dancing the night away.
COMPLIMENTARY VALET PARKING, available at the main hotel entrance. We encourage you to use this great feature.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
JORY Restaurant at The Allison Inn & Spa Ratings and Reviews
Jory is an experience not to be missed. Exceptional service and extremely knowledgable wine steward made the evening super enjoyable. Fantastic selection of Oregon wines, which is such a treat. Go hungry and order from each course as the starters, soups, salads and desserts are as extraordinary as the entree's.
From the moment we walked in the door to the time we left nothing met out expectations. We were 5 minutes early for our reservations yet had to wait 15 minutes to be seated in a nearly empty restaurant. Service was slow and not very professional. Dinner took over 60 minutes to reach our table from the time we placed the order. Food was cold and under cooked when served. Ultimately we ended up leaving Jory with no dinner.
Personally what bothered me the most is this was a 10 year anniversary for my wife and I and Jory did nothing to make it special. I've become accustomed to having special times acknowledged when information is given when making a reservation. Jory is not worth the money.
This is always a great spot for a special girls' lunch before we head out to the amazing offering of wineries in the area. Very cozy & elegant space, delicious fresh food. They have a fabulous wines-by-the-glass menu. We had a delicious Alexana Chardonnay by the glass and then went to the winery's tasting room after lunch - which was a fabulous find. The whole area is very special and this decadent treat is sometimes just what the doctor ordered!
Lovely pre-Christmas brunch with dear friends who live in Newberg. We traveled over an hour to get to Jory's but it's worth the extra time/distance. We're always treated very well, the food is consistently beautifully presented and the service impeccable. Love the eggs Benedict especially.
We’ve eaten at JORY many times and found it quite enjoyable. However, our last experience was a bit disappointing. While the service is VERY attentive, it’s a bit too much. We constantly had someone at our table refilling water, refilling wine glasses, asking if we needed anything etc.... it was excessive and interfered with conversation and the overall experience.
We enjoyed dinner and breakfast at Jory. We found the food to be excellent. You could tell that ingredients were thoughtfully chosen, fresh, local and tasty. Food presentation was beautiful. We called a few weeks in advance of our stay and were placed on a wait list for any dinner seating time that became available. Unfortunately we were never contacted. Upon check-in we checked to see if any openings had become available and still there was nothing. We were bummed but there were still two options available; in room dinning and first come first serve dining at the bar or in the living room. We chose to try to find a seat in the living room or at a table in the bar and it proved to be quite difficult and frustrating. Eventually we ended up with seating at the bar. The lady bar server was amazing, friendly and very attentive and turned our experience around. So a big thank you to her for her hospitality and for sharing tips on Colorado travel. Food wait times for both dinner and breakfast were a little on the longer side then we are use to, but the quality, freshness and presentation make up for the wait. Overall, an excellent dining experience.
Food preparation and presentative is excellent. Chef has developed imaginative recipes without overdoing unusual ingredients or combinations.
Services is thoroughly professional while remaining warm and welcoming. Staff has achieved balance of being fully attentive without being intrusive. Service reminds me of best European restaurants.
The food was absolutely excellent, and it's a beautiful place. But while the servers were earnest to a fault, they spilled both of our glasses of red wine on my companion and no offer was made to pay for her dry-cleaning. The wine glasses--which were full when spilled--were refilled but not comped. Jory provided a free extra course to us between our appetizer and entrée--but we were on a tight schedule and they did not ask us if we had time or wanted the extra course. (It was very good--a seafood/rice casserole--but my companion was also having seafood risotto as her entrée.) All in all, we were there nearly 2.5 hours, and I was 45 minutes late getting home. Maybe Tuesday nights are not the best nights to dine at Jory!
Restaurant is beautiful and food was exceptional; overall a great experience. Had to ask for water refills and set up for dinner was happening all around us, even at the next table. A definite distraction from what would have been an exceptional dining experience...
We go to the Willamette Valley to do wine pickups 2 to 3 times a year and always make sure we stop by Jory for brunch. The food was great this time for brunch, however the wait time for the food was a bit long (over 30 minutes) without much communication from the server about the length of time. We were only told there was a mess up in the kitchen.
Jory's is the perfect antidote to too busy, too chaotic world. It's a place where diners actually "dine," where service is not only provided with a smile, but the overall vibe invites each guest to know their meal will be just as wonderful as the overall ambiance. Whenever we visit this restaurant, we not only enjoy our meal, our psyche's lift and our digestion improves. What a gem! Consistent no matter what occasion. And if you're not 100% happy with anything, all you need to do is speak to the waiter or your hostess. They will do all they can to make it 'right.'
burger was tasty but heavy and greasy with an excessive amount of bacon. the fried green tomato BLT was tasteless mush: served on too-thin (or flattened), grilled bread, with black grease marks from a dirty grill or press; the entire sandwich was made mushy by the heat and moisture of the tomato; they used salad "spring" greens instead of a heartier lettuce - this created hot wilted lettuce - all around awful, we took two bites and did not eat it.
they also served us a very warm sauvignon blanc, then claimed it was the "correct temperature for white wine," as though all white wine should be served at the same temperature (it should not).
our waiter was clueless (and disappeared); the head waiter was also clueless and off-putting (said he would "mention [the wine temperature] to the somm").
overall forgettable/regrettable food, poor service and low value. a one and done!
The food was quite good however very limited choice on the menu. I think there may have been six choices of entrées. Be prepared to spend a minimum of $35-$40 per person for just the entrée. The ambience was nice the service was OK, nothing Really extra special. I would recommend this restaurant for a very special occasion only.
Excellent food service to match. Although the wine list was excellent I felt the list did not offer a good range of price points. It seemed to be designed to force the diner to select 100 dollar plus bottles. If I dined there again I would bring my own wine and Payc corkage fee. With all the wonderful wines From area wineries offering quality wine at 50 to 75 dollars it was DISAPPOINTING not to see those priced wines on the list. Come on broaden the list.
Celebrated a foodie friend's Birthday with lunch. The wine selection was outstanding. We had the pear salad and shared the burger. We both agreed. . . It was the best meal we have had in a very very long time. That burger was the BEST burger we've ever eaten. The bun was delicate in taste and the perfect size, not overpowering as is often the case. The perfect compliment to the meat and cheese. Well done!! I Highly recommend Jory for lunch.
We had dinner at Jory during a recent stay at The Allison. The service and ambience were very good. We were able to enjoy our conversation without worrying about those around us. The wait staff was pleasant and not overbearing. The sommelier was helpful as well. We had the grilled ribeye and the salmon. Both were excellent but I think the beef was better. I would definitely return and recommend.
Service was some of the best ever. Orders were split between the two of us with no fuss. The amuse bouche was the best part of our dinner (wish I could describe it better than to say it was seafood based). The salad and the scallops were impeccable but did not "wow" the way the amuse bouche did. We wished there had been more seafood offerings as main courses. We both opted for the ribeye and instead of ordering "medium" or "medium rare" because there is so much variation in how these terms are understood, we asked for "pink" in the center. The steaks arrived practically raw -- blood red throughout. The waiter was very accommodating -- without any protest or "attitude," he brought back our plates with the meat almost like what we wanted (this time they were just a bit overcooked). We were too full to try any of the desserts. The waiter also described the wines we were not familiar with which allowed us to try the wine made from grapes right on the Allison Inn estate. The waiter was fabulous.
Not sure why, appearance, dress, time?? But with a two month ahead reservation with comment about a birthday, seating was lower level near back room special party with NO ACKNOWLEDGEMENT if our special occasion. Still, restuarant is indeed special, minimalist decor, open view prep area with open fire with logs burning that felt really nice on entry....though we were seated as far from that as chilly wet night could be.
Food inventive presentation, good wines offered.
The Jory never disappoints - breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I enjoyed wild salmon. You could tell by the color and the taste it was fresh and wild. Jory's service is impeccable and friendly. It is a very comfortable place and is understated in all the right ways. They have a great wine list. However, don't miss their "pinotrita" if you are margarita fan.
We had an awesome experience. We elected to sit at the kitchen bar. If you ever want to see how a well run kitchen works and see your food being made, I would recommend sitting at the bar by the kitchen. Food was great. Loved the "tots". Highly recommended.
We enjoyed strolling around and looking in the lobby and at the artwork before brunch. We thought the artwork was particularly well suited to the environment. What we chose for brunch was very tasty and our waitress was a real sweetie. All and all, a great experience. Our only recommendation would be that it could have been a little warmer.
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