Hello Kitty Cafe Truck is coming to Tysons Corner Center this Saturday

The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck is set to return to Tysons Corner Center (via Tysons Corner Center)

Spring has officially arrived, and in Tysons, that means the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck is on its way.

The popular mobile shop will pull into Tysons Corner Center this Saturday (March 23), setting up on the Plaza near Shake Shack from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

“Fans of Hello Kitty can look forward to edible goodies and limited-edition merch and best-selling items like Hello Kitty Cafe Plush Toys and giant Hello Kitty Cafe chef cookies,” the mall said on the event page.

Launched by Sanrio in October 2014, the Hello Kitty Cafe Trucks tour dozens of cities around the U.S. every year. Tysons Corner Center has become a regular stop, usually getting a visit in March.

According to Sanrio’s website, this year’s food and drink menu includes macaron, cookie and madeleine sets, along with a “giant chef cookie.” The truck’s merchandise collection will include:

  • Treats & sprinkles glass mug
  • Ringer tee
  • Hoodie
  • Cup plush
  • Sprinkle mug
  • Truck lunchbox
  • Stainless steel thermal bottles (18 or 32 ounces)
  • 2-piece enamel pin set
  • Rainbow canvas tote
  • Charm keychain

As noted on the mall’s event page, the truck doesn’t accept cash, limiting payments to credit and debit cards.

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