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Rumi Food From The Heart Restaurant Opens in Waldport, Oregon.

Rumi Restaurant & Lounge offers seasonal menus that blend local & fresh organic food, prepared in a healthy, balanced way w/ European & Mediterranean Flair, wrapped in Northwest Cuisine

2011-04-26
WALDPORT, OR, April 26, 2011 (Press-News.org) The Rumi Food From The Heart Restaurant and lounge are now open Wednesdays thru Sunday for Lunch 11:00am - 2:00pm and Dinner 5:00-9:00pm, soon to be open 7 days a week. We
have had great reviews on Yelp and Trip Advisor, our menu features steaks and seafoods, appetizers and dessert. Rumi at Home take home Pizza and Wings will be coming soon, so stop on by and give Rumi a
try!

To obtain more information about Rumi Restaurant email
info@soulvacationresorts.com or visit http://www.soulvacationresorts.com

About Soul Vacation Resorts

After a winter of total renovation, the newest resort on the Oregon Coast is open, Soul Vacation Resort is an 81 room hotel and spa featuring Wellness and Yoga programs for the mind, body and soul. Take a true "Soul Vacation" and experience marine wildlife out your window. Focusing on greater well-being and vitality, Soul Vacation Resort offers extensive
physiotherapy, fitness, spa, and holistic health and facilities to help you relax, restore and rejuvenate. We combine ancient therapies of the Eastwith Western diagnosis techniques to encompass the mind, body and spirit.

Personalized programs and treatments are available for everyone from weight management and stress reduction to skin rejuvenation and longevity. We also feature Yoga classes tied to our wellness programs.


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[Press-News.org] Rumi Food From The Heart Restaurant Opens in Waldport, Oregon.
Rumi Restaurant & Lounge offers seasonal menus that blend local & fresh organic food, prepared in a healthy, balanced way w/ European & Mediterranean Flair, wrapped in Northwest Cuisine