Hello Kitty Cafe Pop-Up Truck Returns to Cincinnati June 11

The mobile confectioner is headed to Kenwood Towne Center, loaded up with plenty of super-cute themed treats and merch.

Photo: provided by Hello Kitty Cafe Truck
Hello Kitty Cafe Truck

If you ever thought Sanrio's Hello Kitty was just so dang cute you could eat her, this weekend you can... kind of.

The traveling Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will return to Greater Cincinnati June 11 and will be bringing its themed "super-cute" treats and merchandise along for the ride.

click to enlarge The truck brings themed "supercute" treats and merchandise. - PHOTO: PROVIDED BY HELLO KITTY CAFE TRUCK
Photo: provided by Hello Kitty Cafe Truck
The truck brings themed "supercute" treats and merchandise.

The truck will stop at the Kenwood Towne Center from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. It will be parked near the Cheesecake Factory and will have its goods — cakes, cookies, macarons, pin, plushes and more — available while supplies last.

There will be some limited-edition merchandise available at this stop, including a glass mug with a sprinkle handle, a lunchbox and a canvas tote.

Launched in 2014 at Hello Kitty Con, this mobile cafe offers sugary snacks to kitty fans across America with a menu featuring minicakes, macarons, cookies, madeleines and a "giant chef cookie," plus signature bow-adorned bottled water. Of course, the truck also peddles plenty of Hello Kitty and Hello Kitty Cafe merch.

The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck does not accept cash. Find more information at sanrio.com.

The Kenwood Towne Center is located at 7875 Montgomery Road, Kenwood.

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