Drive and dine: The Habit, an Irvine-based burger chain, will open its first drive-through location next week at 2200 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, in a former Burger King location in front of the Jo-Ann Fabric superstore. All proceeds raised Sunday and Monday, the restaurant's first two preview days, will benefit charity: Sales from lunch (11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday) will benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Assn.'s greater Orange County chapter; dinner (5 to 7 p.m.) will go toward Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry; and sales at lunch on Monday will benefit the Assistance League of Irvine. The restaurant officially opens at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25. Information: http://www.habitburger.com.
Got undergarments? The Private Arts three-hour lingerie sample sale runs from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at 15131 Triton Lane, No. 110, Huntington Beach. Private Arts items are sold at modcloth.com. Its prints include hand-drawn, contemporary styles. The cuts are geared toward young women. Bras, panties and more will be priced at up to 80% off; $5 and $10 bins will be available. Information: facebook.com/privatearts.
Happy birthday, Mom: Mother's Market & Kitchen celebrates its 35th anniversary from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at its store at 151 E. Memory Lane, Santa Ana. Visitors can enjoy free samples, drawings, live music, face painters, balloon artists and caricaturists. The store will donate $3,500 to Children's Hospital of Orange County. Other stores, including those in Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach and Irvine, will celebrate with raffles and other offers. Information: http://www.mothersmarket.com.
In context: The As Issued Art + Design Bookstore, 2930 Bristol St., Suite A102, Costa Mesa, presents a "Present Tense" group exhibition of 26 contemporary artists from around the world in celebration of the shop's second anniversary. The event will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday. Beer and wine will be served. The exhibition will be on view through Oct. 22. Information: (949) 300-7118 or http://www.asissued.com.
Fusion fun: In celebration of its new beverage menu, RA Sushi, 155 5th St., Huntington Beach, is offering a $6 Moshi Mojito special through Sept. 30. The mojito is available in traditional, mango or strawberry flavors. New beverage choices also include signature cocktails, fresh fruit juices and mixers, craft beers, upgraded wine choices and additional cocktail offerings. Information: http://www.rasushi.com.
Going to the dogs: New dog boutique Charlie & Me has opened at the Cove on Mariner's Mile, 410 W. Coast Hwy., Suite C, Newport Beach. The shop features rare and modern products from around the world. It was named after French bulldog Charlotte, owned by 26-year-old Newport Beach native and store owner Taylor Beauchamp. Information: (949) 572-5258 or charlieandme.us.
Margarita madness: Sol Cocina is celebrating its fourth anniversary from 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday with $4 margaritas; options include the Cucumber Jalapeno, Skinny, House with Partida Tequila and Raspberry Acai Farmer's Market margaritas. Complimentary cake and champagne will be served to all dinner guests from 5 to 9 p.m. Surf-themed singer/songwriter Headshine will perform from 6 to 9 p.m. Complimentary tastings of El Jimador tequila will be available from 6 to 8 p.m. in the lounge area, and the tequila will be half-price all night. Reservations: (949) 675-9800 or http://www.solcocina.com.
In the pink: New Zealand fashion designer Rebecca Taylor, a cult favorite, has designed a $295 hot-pink peplum top to raise awareness and funds for the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation. Half of all proceeds will benefit the foundation. Although Taylor's wares are available in local boutiques and stores like Neiman Marcus, the blouse is available only at http://www.rebeccataylor.com.
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