Food Network’s Hottest Brunch Spot is Turning 30!

Food Network’s Hottest Brunch Spot is Turning 30!Schooner or Later’s Anniversary Event

Food Network’s Hottest Brunch Spot is Turning 30!Long Beach’s best and most buzzed about brunch spot, Schooner or Later, opened its doors in 1985 and is going back in time on Friday, June 12th with a bangin’ 30-Year Anniversary event! They will be bringing back their original menu and pricing, featuring live music, raffles, great food, drinks and more, with 25% of all proceeds going to the TSC Alliance (Tuberous Sclerosis).

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Food Network’s Hottest Brunch Spot is Turning 30!Best known for their signature dish, “The Mess”, Schooner or Later has constant buzz through social media and in their online presence, has been featured on Guy Fieri’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” on the Food Network, and is a frequent filming location for Showtime’s Original Series, “Dexter”. This celebration will highlight the success of the business by giving back to the community, and will feature an exclusive “Anniversary Menu”! Taking place in the beautiful marina of Belmont Shore, Long Beach, this event will not only celebrate a legendary restaurant, but bring together the local community, musicians, food lovers & raise awareness for TSC. This 30-Year Celebration will be THE place to be, offering the tastiest brunch that Long Beach has to offer!

The Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance is dedicated to finding a cure for tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) while improving the lives of those affected. It was founded in 1974 by four mothers coming together to provide fellowship, generate awareness, pursue more knowledge and provide hope to those that shared the common bond of tuberous sclerosis complex. TSC is a genetic disorder that causes non-malignant tumors to form in many different organs, primarily in the brain, eyes, heart, kidney, skin and lungs. The aspects of TSC that most strongly impact quality of life are generally associated with the brain: seizures, developmental delay, intellectual disability and autism. However, many people with TSC are living independent, healthy lives and enjoying challenging professions such as doctors, lawyers, educators and researchers. You can learn more online at Network’s Hottest Brunch Spot is Turning 30!