As of June 4th, the P.U.B. Prescott will be closing down after 3 years of being in business. The reason might surprise you.
In August of 2022, owners Brian and Joany Cole discovered that Brian has an aggressive form of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). This progressive autoimmune disease causes debilitating symptoms such as lack of motor neuron function, loss of sight, and chronic pain. At this point in time, there is no known cure.
Due to the onset of his MS, Brian and Joany have made the heart-wrenching decision to close The P.U.B. Prescott in order to make room in their lives for healing and growth.
If you know Joany and Brian, then you know how willingly they give, and how invested they are in their friends, restaurant projects, and art pursuits.
If you've ever savored a bite at the P.U.B., experienced their generosity, or enjoyed their friendship, we ask that you consider helping them financially through this time of trial and hardship. With one less source of income, and a future full of medical bills, they need your help now more than ever.
Joany and Brian also ask that you take some time to learn more about MS. This disease is not well known, except by those who suffer from it, and a google search can change that. Learn about MS here.
The P.U.B. closes June 4th. If you'd like to eat there one last time, be there for The P.U.B.'s Last Hurrah with Scott Jeffers on June 3rd, or on closing day for the final Traditional Celtic Sessions and day of business.
Your generosity and support makes all the difference in their lives. Thank you.