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We are committed to serving the highest quality Italian/American cuisine in the area. We use only the finest & freshest ingredients available, and utilize the quality fish available locally to insure the best-tasting seafood dishes in the area. Food prep is done on a daily basis, and everything is made from scratch. We use no pre-made sauces or ingredients, and all of our recipes have been passed down from family over the years.
Ron & Sandy Stapleton
Ron's Uncle Mike and Aunt Fay were both successful restaurant owners in the area, and Ron has taken the experience gained from working at both establishments and his own passion for cooking to establish The Nephew's. Located in E. Freetown, The Nephew's has been in a popular dining spot since July of 1995. It has become a favorite of the locals as well as a destination for those who have discovered The Nephew's famous prime rib, steaks, seafood, Italian dishes and delicious thin-crust pizza.
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Ron Sapleton and his wife Sandy are the owners & proprietors of The Nephew's. Ron started the restaurant in1995 after deciding on a career change(formerly employed by Raytheon as a machine shop fabrication supervisor/ Engineer for 15 years). Having worked for his aunt and uncle for years in their respective dining establishments, his dream of opening his own became a reality in July of 1995. Sandy utilized her own business experience (owner/director of Creative Playschool in New Bedford since 1985), as well as her experience in customer relations to help her husband successfully create a first class dining establishment.
Married since 1979, Ron & Sandy are the parents of three children - Sara, Jonathan and Mark, as well as two special grandsons- Landon and Jack. As in most family businesses, all three have been actively involved in various aspects of the operation. Ron's mom, Rosa, came to this country from Italy when she was a little girl, and her rich Italian heritage includes wonderful recipes from the old country.