Full Strength Coffee Company now open
WESTFIELD — Westfield has a new long anticipated coffee shop.
Before anyone had even heard of COVID 19 Kathy Koshute Archer and her family had begun work on this former pharmacy at 55-57 Main St., Westfield. Due to the pandemic the work was halted and then, when they could start again, everything took longer than expected. A new kitchen was installed, new flooring, the antique tin ceilings were uncovered along with a hand painted insurance sign that remains on the exposed brick wall of the dining area.
The business opened Dec. 7, with a simple post on social media and they were off and running. Stop by for coffee and a treat from bagels, scones, muffins, sandwiches and soup with a friendly staff to assist you. On Dec. 11, after a busy day, the Westfield Barcelona Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the business.
Jacqueline Phelps from Congressman Tom Reed’s office; Joel Seachrist; Mayor Mike VandeVelde; Alan Holbrook; Town Supervisor Martha Bills; chamber members Rick Mascaro, Sue Poster, Marilyn Hemmer; County Legislator John Hemmer; Westfield Development Corporation Executive Director Don McCord; Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Todd Tranum; and Britt and Sherri Mead from Blue June Flower Shop all joined owner Kathy Koshute Archer and chef Jamie Scarpine, daughters Emily and Ella as Archer cut the ribbon.