Episode 6: Beautiful and Historic Jacksonville

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In this episode, we visit Jacksonville, Oregon. Our first stop is a well-known family-owned bed & breakfast. From there we go right down the street to meet another hard-working restaurant family, and after that we drive deep into the beautiful Applegate Valley to meet another family that grows all the flowers for their shop downtown.
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Locations Visited

Las Palmas Mexican Cuisine
210 E California St, Jacksonville, OR 97530

Family is important at Las Palmas Mexican Cuisine, and the feeling extends even to the customers. Their motto “Nuestra casa es su casa” means “Our house is your house.”  The restaurant has a homey feel, with an abundance of lush potted plants draped across the shelves and cornices, and Central American jungle motif art splashing spectacular color on the mural painted walls.

Magnolia Inn
245 N 5th St, Jacksonville, OR 97530

Jacksonville’s Magnolia Inn, built in 1928 and located in the heart of historic Jacksonville, Oregon, boasts nine comfortably elegant rooms, each featuring premium linens, private bath and central air. The boutique Inn has been completely renovated, and provides a unique blend of casual elegance filled with charming hospitality. The lush floral grounds beckon you to relax and unwind in one of the numerous sitting areas, each having wonderful views of several of the town’s most historic buildings. 

ZuZu’s Petals
7350 Medford-Provolt Hwy #238, Jacksonville, OR 97530

This family farm is rooted in the heart of scenic southern Oregon, where they grow seasonal heirloom flowers and hand transplant them into lush fields where they can flourish. At their peak ZuZu’s harvests, arranges & delivers bringing you the freshest blooms their fields have to offer.

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