The World’s First Hello Kitty Diner Opens In The U.S. And It Looks Amazing!

Nov 11, 2015 at 3:29 am |
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Update:

The Hello Kitty cafe will finally open at the Irvine Spectrum Center in Orange County at the end of November, according to the LA Times. It will start as a pop up and will then open at a permanent location sometime next year.

 

 

First, a My Little Pony café opens in Japan and now a Hello Kitty Diner is open in Australia. It looks like I need to start making some serious travel plans with my kids this summer!

A Hello Kitty Diner has opened in Sydney’s North Shore last week and it looks like everything I’ve ever dreamed of while I was a kid. There was a period in my life in which I was absolutely obsessed with Hello Kitty so of course I would do just about anything to visit this place (while my kids would most likely hop on the next plan to Tokyo because they are die-hard Bronies at the moment).

According to the Daily Mail, the diner has been a hit since opening and has an hour wait for a table. They serve a mixture of classic burgers, milkshakes and typical snacks with an eye-popping and creative décor all throughout the diner. What’s more, it also has a mixed American and Asian-fusion menu which I’m sure tastes as good as it sounds.

Though according to the reports, even though our favorite feline friend has whiskers, Hello Kitty  is actually an English school girl and not actually a cat.

I knew it would be only a matter of time before someone would come up with a concept that I’ve had in my dreams for years now. So which Hot Moms out there are willing to take a trip with me Down Under? LET’S GO! Children optional, LOL.

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Source via The Daily Mail/Strata Living Stories

Update: The Hello Kitty cafe will finally open at the Irvine Spectrum Center in Orange County at the end of November, according to the LA Times. It will start as a pop up and will then open at a permanent location sometime next year.     First, a My Little Pony café opens in Japan […]

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