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No need to go to Tuscany!

After traveling down 101 along the Pacific coast, the Black Walnut Inn is a completely different experience, and a welcomed one. It is truly a transposed piece of Tuscany. We stayed in room 3 beginning on 29 June and were captivated by the sweeping beauty of the vista. Cool breezes blow across the higher elevation of the Inn. Taking gentle walks around the vineyard are inspiring. Breakfasts are creatively prepared. The room amenities are top shelf. Chelsea and Meghan were wonderful hosts. Yes, The Black Walnut Inn is expensive but well worth the money.

Michael K

Discover fine dining and inspiring culinary experiences at the Black Walnut

 

Black Walnut Summer Dinner Series

Experience a fresh and immersive culinary experience from Chef Chase Williams and the Black Walnut team with our returning Chef Dinner series. The eight-course menu builds from small bites into fully composed dishes curated to showcase the hyper-seasonal bounty of our local farms. Savor exquisitely paired wines, both local and international, selected for the inspiration they provide in our menu creation. Thoughtful details will delight throughout the evening, culminating with a fireside dessert course shared together on our patio overlooking the lush valley below.

Eight course dinners $200 per guest. Dinners begin at 6:30pm.

Dinner reservations are available to overnight guests via our online room reservation system. Visiting guests may inquire with the front desk about reservations or reserve using the links below.

Black Walnut Chef Dinner Dates:
July 27
August 10, August 17
September 14, September 28
October 12, October 26

It was our first time staying at Black Walnut Inn, absolutely loved it! Stunning sunrise views. Breakfast was great, brunch was amazing with homemade biscuits and raspberry jam, we will definitely be back. Definitely our favorite place to stay in Oregon wine country, made us feel like we were back in Tuscany.

 

Val B

(503) 538-8663

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