Looney’s Pub owners to donate 30 percent of Wednesday sales to late Nacho Mama’s owner’s favorite charity


Looney’s Pub owners William Larney and Steve Litrenta are celebrating the life of their friend Patrick “Scunny” McCusker  — the late founder of popular Canton restaurant Nacho Mama’s — by donating 30 percent of all sales at all four Looney’s Pubs tomorrow, Aug. 29, to McCusker’s favorite charity, the Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation.

McCusker, 49, died Friday of injuries sustained when the bicycle he was riding collided with a bus in Ocean City, Md.

Here are the details sent along about Wednesday’s memorial fundraiser:



We would like to invite you to come celebrate the life of one of the greatest human beings and a Baltimore Icon this Wednesday. We will donate 30% of all sales at all 4 Looney’s to Patrick “Scunny” McCusker’s favorite Charity, the Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation.

Scunny may have lost his life Friday, but his spirit will live on in each one of us. Imagine the world we would live in today if each one of us had a little of Scunny in us. He was one of kind and will be dearly missed. We were lucky to call Scunny our friend for over 20 years and he will never be forgotten. Please take the time each day to tell the ones closest to you how much they mean to you and live life the way Scunny did!! I can honestly say I loved him and will never forget him.

William Larney
Steve Litrenta
Looney’s Pub

Looney’s Pub North is at 312 South Main Street, Bel Air.