The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck Returns to Cincinnati This September

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

click to enlarge Hello Kitty Cafe Truck - Photo: Facebook.com/hellokittycafetruck
Photo: Facebook.com/hellokittycafetruck
Hello Kitty Cafe Truck

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

The traveling Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will be returning to Greater Cincinnati this September, and will be bringing its themed "supercute" treats and merchandise along for the ride. 

The truck will be stopping at the Kenwood Towne Center from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sept. 19. The truck will be parked near the Cheesecake Factory and will have its goods — cakes, cookies, macarons, pin, plushes and more — available while supplies last. 

If you can't make it to the local stop, the truck will also be rolling through Columbus on Sept. 5 and Cleveland on Sept. 12.

Organizers ask that guests practice social distancing and wear their masks.

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 a signature bow-adorned bottled water. Of course, the truck also peddles plenty of Hello Kitty and Hello Kitty Cafe merch. 

There are multiple brick-and-mortar Hello Kitty Cafes in California, Hawaii and Las Vegas with a Hello Kitty Grand Cafe in Irvine. 

For more information, visit the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck's Cincinnati event page on Facebook

Kenwood Towne Center, 7875 Montgomery Road, Kenwood. 

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