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Fall River seafood restaurant closes their doors until further notice



A Fall River restaurant has closed their doors, at least temporarily.

LePage’s Seafood on Martine Street announced on social media this morning that they will be closed until further notice due to unforeseen circumstances.

Patrons of the restaurant were disappointed to see the closure, especially during the Lenten season.

Eric and Carol LePage announced in April of 2022 that there would be new ownership.

Local dentist Jon-Paul Van Regenmorter went in front of the Fall River Licensing Board in March, represented by Attorney Peter Saulino, to have the alcohol license transferred.

Van Regenmorter was a long-time customer at Lepage’s before taking over.

The eatery began hosting live entertainment this past summer.

A request for comment and details on the closure went unanswered as of this writing.



  1. BigD

    February 23, 2023 at 5:29 pm

    Go figure last summer my entire famiky placed a large order of fish and chips for lent friday and next day 10 of us got food poision i knew there was something wrong when i picked up this order my car stunk for days after,i called them back them back immediately and the owner said there been serving the same scrod all day that i was the only person complaining and she would not refund any money like 12 patrons would get sick and have the same illness why they closed i almost gaurantee its there quality of seafood , any other reason would be mentioned what goes around always comes back around you want good food go to the Atlantic in tiverton now that’s quality large portions the best with decent prices

  2. Joe C

    February 24, 2023 at 8:34 am

    Well when new ownership dumps manure while people are outside eating on the deck what else would you expect.

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