Fumi’s Kitchen in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Now Launch Spirits, Wine And Beer Services

Fumi's Kitchen is celebrating the launch of their new offering Cocktail, Sake, Wine And Beer Service in the restaurant service in the Kailua Kona, Hawaii area by offering Happy Hour Specials and in house promotions. Further information can be found here at www.fumiskitchenkona.com and http://m.fumiskitchenkona.com

Kailua-Kona, United States - March 20, 2017 /PressCable/ —

In a slightly different approach to launching its new service offering Cocktail, Sake, Wine And Beer in the restaurant service, Fumi’s Kitchen , a Korean/Japanese/Local Hawaiian Restaurant in Kailua Kona, Hawaii has decided it will start some happy promotions such as Happy Hour Specials and other creative promotions, and this is expected to take place the week of Sunday, March 19, 2017.

Where most businesses tend to advertise in the newspaper, Fumi’s Kitchen has decided to be a little more creative with their soft launch, and will be surprising and creative as the inventory grows with the start of its new alcohol service offering Cocktail, Sake, Wines And Beer in the restaurant.

Chef Ronnie Ow, Owner at Fumi’s Kitchen , says: “We wanted our launch to be surprising and creative as the inventory grows with the launch of our new alcohol service offering Cocktails, Sake, Wines And Beer Service in Fumi’s Kitchen because our loyal customers have been patiently waiting and long requesting this launch and we will make it fun and interesting especially when you come and visit us in the restaurant.

It should be really worthwhile and we’re hoping this will bring a lot of happiness as our customers have been asking for this service for a long time! This will give people something to talk about and increase their happiness when they visit Fumi’s Kitchen.. It should go great unless hopefully we don’t underestimate how much beer, sake, spirits, and wine to order!”

Fumi’s Kitchen has always made a point of standing out when compared to other Korean/Japanese/Local Hawaiian Restaurants in the Kailua Kona, Hawaii area. This launch celebration is just one of the many ways it does so.

This is a great chance for Kailua Kona, Hawaii residents and the surrounding areas to to come in and relax have some adult beverages with their lunch and dinner and support a family oriented, much loved and community focused local business.

Fumi’s Kitchen has been serving the Kailua Kona, Hawaii area since March 2015 . To date it has served thousands of customers and has become recognized as the “number one Korean/Japanese/Hawaiian Local Restaurant” in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. It can be found off of Ali’i Drive in the front entrance of Ali’i Sunset Plaza or Kuakini Highway in the rear entrance of Ali’i Sunset Plaza next door to Coconut Grove Marketplace.

Chef Ronnie Ow also said: “While Fumi’s Kitchen may not be the only business with this kind of offering, local residents are choosing Fumi’s Kitchen because the entrees are of consistent quality and taste and serve large quantities of food while being beautifully plated and in a lovely air conditioned, family oriented atmosphere.”

When asked about the new offering Cocktail, Sake, Wine And Beer Service in the restaurant service, Chef Ronnie Ow said: “We think it’s going to be a hit because it will bring a lot of people happiness to stop in and be able to have a drink of their choice any time of the day now as we are finally able to answer their numerous requests for such a service! “.

Further information about Fumi’s Kitchen and their new service offering Cocktail, Sake, Wine And Beer Service in the restaurant service can be discovered at www.fumiskitchenkona.com or http://m.fumiskitchenkona.com but the best way is to call Fumi’s Restaurant at 1.808.327.2200

Contact Info:
Name: Chef Ronnie Ow
Email: fumiskitchen@gmail.com
Organization: Fumi's Kitchen
Address: 75-5799 Ali'i Drive Ali'i Sunset Plaza #7, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 96740, United States
Phone: +1-808327220

For more information, please visit http://www.fumiskitchenkona.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 179155

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