Jack’s Corner Oceanview is ready to host your private events, parties and corporate functions!

Jack’s Corner Oceanview is again ready to host your functions and events including year-end functions, baby showers, bridal showers, Matric dances and birthday parties.

Jack’s Corner is still among the best restaurants in Richards Bay.

Come enjoy a memorable sit-down and takeaway meal made to be enjoyed with tranquil, breath-taking Indian Ocean views and great company.

You can expect the restaurant to consistently prepare the best locally-sourced meats and seafood. The prices are reasonable and you can rest assured of generous, well-prepared and tasty portions.

That they have remained in business since opening doors in 1996, is sure testament that they must be doing something right. Jack’s Corner is definitely worth a visit.

Functions, parties and events at Jack’s Corner Richards Bay

If you are planning to host an event, party or function in the Richards Bay area, Jack’s Corner should be your first choice. It’s a popular venue for affordable corporate, private functions and events of up to 60 people.

From bridal and baby showers to year-end functions, small weddings and birthday parties, Jack’s Corner can handle any type of event. Features at the venue include a jukebox in the bar area, hookah corner, TV with DStv, and an emergency generator in case of loadshedding.

Spend R250 per person on food and drinks for a group of at least 10 people and you will not be charged a venue hire fee.

The venue will also only be available for you for three hours. If you would like to decorate the venue to suite your event theme, this can be done 30 min before function. 

Your hosts will only need a deposit of R500 to confirm your booking. As at any venue, please note that your deposit is not refundable in the event of cancellation.

But unlike at most venues, Jack’s Corner can offer you vouchers of the same amount if you cancel no later than three weeks prior to your booking date. Also note that a gratuity fee of 10% will be added to your bill.

For your convenience, it is advisable that whenever possible, you supply them with your food selection ahead of the event or function, so that their kitchen can prepare and serve your meals at the same time.

On the premises is a fully-stocked, licensed bar, which serves amazing thirst-quenchers, beers, wines, cocktails and other beverages. Still, you are allowed to bring your own wine for your event at a corkage fee of R75/bottle.

Jack’s Corner is open Monday to Friday from 6am to 9:30pm and on weekends/holidays from 7am to 9:30pm.

Reviews from previous Jack’s Corner Oceanview patrons

“A place to relax & enjoy the beautiful view, the food is well priced & worth every cent. Do not forget their friendly & well mannered & helpful staff. 12/10 for them. Thank you for an enjoyable evening. See you again soon,” wrote Tish Badenhorst on their Facebook page.

Zama Mfeka added; “Food was good and reasonably prized, enjoyed the sea food👌view is beautiful and waiters are very welcoming…”

“Most definitely money well spent, great service and most definitely big portion delicious meals, highly recommended to all people of all ages!! The view is the best in bay especially when the sun sets over the harbour,” said Heinrich Lamprecht.

Jack’s Corner Oceanview is located at 1 Jack’s Corner, Davidson Lane, Meer En See, Richards Bay, Kwazulu-Natal. Here is their location on Google Maps. For bookings, call +27 (0) 35 753 3334; email ridge@neotek.co.za / jackscorneroceanview@mweb.co.za or visit them online www.jackscorner.co.za today.


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