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Friday, April 26, 2019

The Hello Kitty Cafe Food Truck Is Coming to St. Louis

Posted By on Fri, Apr 26, 2019 at 10:00 AM

click to enlarge Beep beep! Meow meow! The Hello Kitty food truck is on the way! - FLICKR/JPELLGEN (@1179_JP)

UPDATE: We've received info about when and where to find the Hello Kitty Food Cafe Truck. It will be at West County Center (80 West County Center, Des Peres; 314-288-2020) on Saturday, June 22nd, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., while supplies last. Organizers say the truck will be located "in the courtyard near Bravo" and will be offering exclusive new goodies like a sprinkle t-shirt, a 4-piece minicake set, a sequin bow headband, a Hello Kitty Cafe giant chef cookie and a Cafe lunchbox with confetti popcorn.


Here in St. Louis we’ve been good little pets and now we’re being rewarded with a treat. The Hello Kitty Cafe food truck is going to roll into town to give all of the cute sweets that we can handle.

Launched in 2014, the Hello Kitty Cafe Trucks are currently touring the U.S. One is slated to arrive in St. Louis on June 22 to bring us Hello Kitty-shaped cakes, the cutest macarons in the world, cookies and pocket pies. They’ll also have plenty of Hello Kitty and Hello Kitty Cafe merch on hand.

Details aren't set yet for the St. Louis stop, so keep your eye on the trucks' website for arrangements.

We’ll also update here when they announce a time and location. Until then, you can keep sleeping on the couch, you pretty kitties.

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