BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore business owner is honored in a unique way. Businessman “Scunny” McCusker, the owner of Nacho Mama’s, died last year.
Kai Jackson reports now iconic beer Natty Boh is honoring McCusker in a special way.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Nor'Easter Snow Storm Arrives
As the longtime owner of Nacho Mama’s in Canton Square, Patrick “Scunny” McCusker was famous for his big personality.
“He was a larger than life guy, a fun guy,” said Robin Stevenson.
“The guy was a legend. He was fun and giving and caring all the time,” a friend said.READ MORE: Public Works Officials Warn Of Frozen Pipe Problems
McCusker’s sudden death in August last year stunned family and friends. His love for Baltimore was legendary, and now a Charm City icon has bestowed an honor on Scunny McCusker showing just how much Baltimore loved him.
“He was very proud where he was from and tried to make a difference,” a friend said.
Wednesday Natty Boh released a special edition can emblazoned with Scunny’s name, and a statement that pays tribute to McCusker’s commitment to Baltimore.
“Just like Scunny, the can’s not just about him, it’s about his message,” a friend said.MORE NEWS: BWI Sees Flight Cancellations As Nor'Easter Sweeps Over Region
The Scunny can will be available at his two restaurants, Nacho Mama’s and Mama’s on the Half Shell.