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The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck Is Coming to Scottsdale Next Week

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It's coming! The world's cutest food truck! Loaded with kitty-shaped cookies and tiny cakes and bow-shaped water bottles, the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck rolls into town next week. 

The food truck — which serves "yummy macarons, delicious mini cakes, cookies . . . and other super-cute goodies," according to a press release — is set to appear at The Quad at Scottsdale Quarter on Saturday, February 13 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. This will be the truck's first Scottsdale appearance since officially debuting at Hello Kitty Con (yes, that's a real thing) in October 2014. 

Normally, we'd be skeptical of a food truck intended to "[spread] Sanrio’s message of happiness, friendship & fun while offering yummy goodies to Hello Kitty fans of all ages." But then again, if a Hello Kitty dim sum restaurant can serve glutinous rice as well as any other spot in Hong Kong, who knows what to expect from this roving kitty vehicle. 

For more information, check the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck Facebook page and Scottsdale Facebook event

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