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. Or such a diverse array of restaurants.
From the hyper-focused to the well-rounded—from arts to engineering—education opens the door to possibility. Luckily for us, Doylestown offers learning opportunities for all, regardless of age, interest, or experience.
Time to take in the town, walk around, stop and smell the flowers, and enjoy the sunshine. It’s great to wander about and see so many merchants with their doors open and their snow shovels safely tucked away for a while. Music abounds in the summer in Doylestown, with plenty of options for live entertainment, including the great outdoors on the Puck patio, and
Imagine this. You write short stories for your college senior thesis. Your writing professor and mentor Valerie Martin sends them to literary agent Molly Frederich. Molly sends them to big-time editor, Cindy Spiegel (editor of The Kite Runner, The Color of Water, A Whole New Mind). And at 22 years old, you land a two-book deal at Spiegel & Grau, a division of Random House. That’s the
If you want to walk into a store where the world behind you disappears and you’re whisked away to a place you’ve daydreamed about, c’mon down the hill to the whimsical, warm, and welcoming Heather Bleu Home, brought to you by Tara Klinges and Nick Van Valkenburgh. Heather Bleu is a delightful array of clothing, accessories, gifts, home décor, and treasures you won’t find anywhere
When it comes to JoAnn Maroney, there’s something about four-leaf clovers. She kept finding them around labyrinths, and knew it meant something. That something turned into the huge project of building a labyrinth in Doylestown. With a stellar committee, research, planning, fundraising, the support of the Michener Art Museum, and designer Connie Fenty, JoAnn turned a field of grass
When Christie made the decision to leave Nantucket and her shop of 17 years, she knew exactly where she would land. Right smack dab in the heart of Doylestown, and we’re happy to welcome her. You might ask, how does one go from Nantucket to Doylestown? “Easy,” says Christie. She was ready for a change, and when she came here to visit friends, it felt like home. That fit perfectly with
It’s been a busy year for Molly Mitnick and her family. A week before her baby was due, she received a call from her sister Jennifer Davey, asking if she wanted to open a yoga studio together. The answer was a resounding, “Yes! But can we wait a few months?” Skip ahead and Bikram Yoga Doylestown was born, not long after the baby, and word is spreading fast.