ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. (KABC) -- More than two weeks after a massive earthquake and tsunami hit Japan, the relief needs there are still great. Several Orange County restaurants are doing what they can to help. Haven Gastropub in Old Towne Orange is donating 100 percent of Monday's profits to help victims of Japan's disaster. The owners say all the money raised Monday will go to Mercy Corps, an international relief organization.
"To have them come out and support something like this, I mean, it shows that people care," said Greg Daniels, Haven Gastropub partner and executive chef.
"The servers and our staff are donating their time as well as the gratuity from the tips," said Haven owner Wil Dee.
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