According to a press release from PRWeb, the Joel Palmer House in Dayton achieved recognition in Travel Oregon’s Sustainable Business Challenge! The Sustainable Business Challenge is a recognition program designed to qualify the commitment that local businesses have to environmentally and socially responsible practices.
The Joel Palmer House, which features a mushroom-focused menu and outstanding Oregon wines, offers two electric vehicle charging stations next to their garden’s mushroom patch. Thanks to this initiative, among others, it has been recognized as part of the Travel Oregon Forever network, a highly esteemed network of pioneering companies dedicated to preserving Oregon’s heritage and environment.
“This is a unique opportunity for us to give something back to the valley that supports us,” Joel Palmer House Chef and Owner Christopher Czarnecki said in the press release. “We’re excited to be part of a network of businesses that are committed to improving both local Oregon community and environmental health.”
About The Joel Palmer House Restaurant
The Joel Palmer House’s innovative and exciting menu features choice local produce, wild mushrooms and Oregon truffles. Chef Christopher Czarnecki and family strive to incorporate seasonal ingredients and use many locally grown vegetables, including many from their own on-site garden. Chef Christopher Czarnecki has created a tantalizing, creative menu that marries perfectly with the world renowned Pinot Noir of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Of note, the Joel Palmer House ranks as one of Oregon’s finest historic homes and is on the National Register of Historic Places and the Oregon Historic Register. Built in 1857, the house is Dayton’s oldest standing structure. When weather permits, guests can enjoy their dinner on our outdoor patio, soaking in the last rays of sunshine in the heart of Oregon Wine Country.
Read the full press release here.