Full Strength Coffee Company Now Open In Westfield

Pictured are local elected officials with Kathy Koshute Archer and chef Jamie Scarpine, daughters Emily and Ella as Archer cut the ribbon on the Full Strength Coffee Company, 55-57 Main St., 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 on Monday, 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 Friday, 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 Trannum; 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.


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