Sugar, bows and pink-covered everything will be arriving on wheels as the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck returns to Plano on Nov. 12.
The Cafe Truck doesn’t quite resemble a Starbucks, but loyal fans to the cultural icon can purchase memorabilia in the form of coffee mugs, macaroons, cookies, bow-shaped bottles of water, T-shirts and headbands, GuideLive.com reported.
The truck is arriving 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday in the courtyard near Crate&Barrel at the Shops at Willow Bend in Plano.
According to GuideLive.com, the last time the truck came to North Texas, in March of this year, some people waited more than three hours in line for their Hello Kitty-themed treats.
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The pink, cartoon-covered truck made its debut in 2014 at Hello Kitty Con. Since then, the truck has been making appearances all across the country, GuideLive.com reported.
Hello Kitty’s life began in 1974 as a character printed on a coin purse in Japan. She arrived in the United States two years later and has continued to be a global phenomenon through the years, according to latimes.com.