Highlights include a small restaurant, a deli, a wine bar, and the food would be supplied in part by a 1.75 acre farm, which I would go pick stuff from. Also, being fed one of the finest lunches I have ever had*. Seriously.
Lowlights include the fact it is in a pretty middle of nowhere, agricultural-based place. The county seat is 15-20 minutes away, and has 35,000 people. Portland is 40-45 minutes away, and that is to the outlying section of SW Rip-City.
So if I am offered the job, do I commute from the city, or live in a small town. It's poll time!
*food was: 4 kinds of perfect salami and an 18 month prosciutto (all made in-house), a green garlic sformata (it's texture was like having a beautiful woman in your mouth....but that's another story), deep fried sausage stuffed celery with spicy tomato sauce, and fresh tagliatelle with sea urchin. And 2 glasses of wine. And an espresso. And excellent service from the owners. And a bill for $20. I am the Alligator.