Bistro B Tapas & Wine Bar in Kernersville has been sold; The Prescott will open soon
One of the Triad’s top chefs is “passing the torch.” Bistro B in Kernersville has been sold and owner and Chef Tim Bocholis has announced that he’s off to new adventures. Though he’s not exactly saying what’s next, this weekend is Bocholis’ last weekend as chef.
“After many heartfelt & wonderful years here at Bistro B Tapas & Wine Bar, the time has come for me to “pass the torch” to embark on a new & exciting adventure,” Bocholis announced. “To all that have enjoyed our dining experiences over the years, I truly appreciate your unwavering patronage and support! I can’t find words adequate enough to express my sincere appreciation. You have made my experience here at Bistro B the joy of a lifetime.”
Bistro B was the first fine dining choice in Kernersville. People from across the Triad would visit to get a taste of Bocholis’ unique take on Mediterranean cuisine and tapas. Bocholis adds,
“Coming to a decision to turn over the fruits of hard labor was difficult, to say the least, for me and my family. However, the comfort I feel with the new owners is indescribable. I totally endorse and support their vision.”
The new proprietors, Bob and Trey Prescott will be operating the restaurant with a new concept. It will be called “The Prescott” and is said offer a modern farm-to-table concept.