We’re all about fresh here at Fig®. Fresh ideas. Fresh destinations. And, of course, fresh food. If fresh is best, you’ll have to travel far to find a place with greater raw materials at its fingertips.
From the hyper-focused to the well-rounded—from arts to engineering—education opens the door to possibility. Luckily for us, West Chester offers learning opportunities for all, regardless of age, interest, or experience.
The Susan G. Komen 3 day walk brought teachers and friends Coleen Herbst and Jodi Wooten together for the famous 60-mile walk raising money for breast cancer. In their efforts to raise additional money to donate to the cause, Coleen and Jodi developed Camp for a Cure. This science-based summer camp, teaching preschool students through hands-on activities, helped Coleen and Jodi raise
With 13 years of experience as a hair stylist, Stephanie Cleck relocated to Washington D.C. with plans to retire her scissors and devote time to raising her young family. But soon she began to notice a growing need among her friends—the desire to balance their styling needs with their busy schedules. Many women relish the salon experience, but find it hard to carve time out of their
Growing up with six siblings, you can trace Frank Herron’s skills in sharing all the way back to his childhood. Now as an adult and local business owner, Frank spends his time sharing with the people of West Chester. Whether it’s sharing a beer at Barnaby’s of America, donating to non-profit organizations, or starting the Bartender’s Ball in West Chester, Frank’s selfless personality
If there’s a story to be told in West Chester, it’s that of Dr. Clifford E. DeBaptiste. With more than 60 years of service, Dr. DeBaptiste has impacted Chester County in immeasurable and innumerable ways. To truly understand the magnitude of his character and dedication to the community, we must start telling his story from the very beginning—in 1954 when Dr. DeBaptiste first moved to
What’s the recipe for a great restaurant that stands the test of time? Start off with a strong core—a menu filled with the classics. Add a strong team dedicated to building relationships. Keep it consistent. Keep it updated. Stay innovative. Stay motivated. Put it all together and you’ve got The Classic Diner, 19 years old, still going strong and still growing.