RumFire Poipu Beach
RumFire Poipu Beach offers a modern Kauai dining experience with spectacular views of the resort’s Ocean Courtyard, Poipu Beach and the ocean beyond.
RumFire, the island’s oceanfront hot spot, serves up nearly 180-degree ocean views from all of its 240 seats. Open Tuesday through Saturday, RumFire’s menu serves locally sourced cuisine with a global influence featuring selections that will please even the most discriminating palates.
Enjoy special pricing at the bar for Liquid Aloha Hour
Reservations are available for Mother's Day on Sunday, May 13.
Menu & hours of operation are subject to change.
DINE FOR A GREAT CAUSE: TABLE 53 PROGRAM
YOU DINE, WE DONATE
RumFire Poipu Beach, the south shore’s oceanfront hot spot, is proud to support the Kaua'i community through its Table 53 program. All net food & beverage proceeds for the restaurant's Table 53 is donated to local charities every year.
Facing the beautifully landscaped Ocean Courtyard and inviting fire pits, Table 53 features private booth seating for four guests, and is perfect for viewing Kaua‘i’s lovely sunsets.
For the month of March, all net food & beverage proceeds for Table 53 during dinner service will be donated to the Annual Visitor Industry Charity Walk, which supports 60 non-profit organizations on Kaua'i.
Patrons who are interested in participating in RumFire’s month-long Table 53 program are encouraged to make reservations in advance by calling 808-742-4786 and requesting Table 53. The table will be available on a first come, first serve basis. All net food and beverage proceeds will be donated to the charity of the month. Gratuity will be paid to the server and taxes will be remitted to the State of Hawaii.
We've raised more than $200,000 for local charities since the program's inception in October 2012. Mahalo for your support.
KAUAI'S BEST BARTENDER 2017
Congratulations to Curren Mizumoto
Curren Mizumoto of The Lanai was declared Kaua‘i’s Best Bartender 2017 presented by Koloa Rum at RumFire Poipu Beach. In the contest’s third year, 16 finalists from the island’s food and beverage industry were challenged to showcase original Koloa Rum-based cocktails over a 15-week competition for the chance to earn the title and the $4,000 grand prize. Nilo Badua of Lava Lava Beach Club was named runner-up and received a $1,000 second prize, both courtesy of Koloa Rum.
The competition took place each week at Kauai's oceanfront hotspot, RumFire Poipu Beach, providing patrons the opportunity to taste amazing drinks and delicious, locally sourced cuisine just steps from the beach.
To learn more and to find out how you can taste Curren's winning drink, "E Ku'u Inu," visit the RumFire site.