The cafe opened a pop-up Los Angeles outpost — one of the first of its kind in the States — in July to a strong fan base and lots of sold out treats. Hopefully this marks a shift toward cartoon restaurants in the U.S. — Hong Kong has a Hello Kitty dim sum restaurant and Taiwan has a Hello Kitty hot pot spot, so why can’t we?
The truck hasn’t finished its nationwide circuit yet. Catch the Hello Kitty Cafe truck at the following locations. For more tour news, keep up with the truck via Facebook or Instagram.
Princess T and Princess Pham from Princess Toysreview celebrate the holidays by decorating a Hello Kitty gingerbread cookie candy house! The Hello Kitty gingerbread house kit comes with delicious gingerbread cookies, gummy candy, bows and hearts candy, a marshmallow Hello Kitty, a marshmallow Christmas Tree, a house base, and ready to go icing!
This is a great DIY activity for the entire family to enjoy especially during the holiday season! After the Princesses are done with their delicious cookie house, they continue their Christmas Countdown by opening Disney Tsum Tsum Advent Calendar for Day 6! Please give this video a thumbs up and subscribe for more Christmas Countdown videos!
Eater San Diego shares the top stories of the week from San Diego’s food and drink scene, including word on a Hello Kitty pop-up café rolling into town next month, plus a new waffle bar cookin’ in Del Mar.
Hello Kitty Café Truck Rolls in Next Month Prepare for maximum cuteness. The Hello Kitty Café Truck will make a return appearance at Fashion Valley next month, bringing special treats and goodies featuring the popular character, including Hello Kitty mini cakes, macaroons, T-shirts and mugs.