Hello Kitty Cafe Truck Promises Rainbows and Sunshine this Weekend in Las Vegas

Eat the purr-fect Hello Kitty cookie this weekend

The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck continues its 2021 tour of the West by rolling into Las Vegas for one day only. This Saturday, November 13 the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will make an appearance from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Town Square Las Vegas.

Say Hello Kitty!

Fans of Hello Kitty can look forward to exclusive goodies and limited-edition collectibles at the Cafe Truck. These items include a Hello Kitty Cafe Pink Heart T-Shirt, a Hello Kitty Cafe Rainbow Thermos, hand-decorated cookie sets, Enamel Pin Sets and Madeleine Cookie Sets. Some of the other best-selling items include Sprinkle Mugs and Giant Hello Kitty Cafe Chef Cookies.

Since the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck made its first debut in October 2014 as part of Sanrio’s first food-related venture, the cafe on wheels has delighted thousands of fans from all over the U.S., drawing crowds of up to hundreds of Hello Kitty lovers at each stop. To date, two Hello Kitty Cafe trucks have traveled to more than 100 cities across both coasts—from Los Angeles, Seattle and Houston—to Chicago, New York and Miami.

The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck is different from the Hello Kitty Cafe Las Vegas located on Las Vegas Blvd. The Hello Kitty Cafe on Las Vegas Blvd is a super cute menu featuring freshly baked cookies, cakes, donuts, seasonal goodies and handmade hot and iced drinks, along with a selection of Hello Kitty Cafe merchandise and a sweet seating area to enjoy the Hello Kitty experience. 

How Hello Kitty Got Its Start

Hello Kitty was created by Shintaro Tsuji and became a worldwide phenomenon after her first appearance in the United States in 1976. She is an icon for Japanese pop culture. Most people think she is a cat but she is actually a little girl. 

Hello Kitty Cafe Truck accepts only credit/debit card payments—no cash.

Make sure you don’t ever miss them when they hit Vegas. Check their Hello Kitty Cafe Truck’s schedule to save the dates.


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