Hello Kitty Cafe is a cute new addition to the Las Vegas Strip. This bright pink food truck at The Park offers Sanrio-themed snacks and drinks. You can also buy official merch which makes for unique souvenirs. My husband and I went during opening week and this was our experience. Warning: I wrote the word “cute” a lot in this post…
You’ll find the new Hello Kitty Cafe Las Vegas at The Park between Park MGM and New York-New York.
You can find Hello Kitty Cafe Las Vegas at The Park between New York-New York and Park MGM on the Las Vegas Strip. There are tables and chairs around the food truck where you can snack and take a break from walking on The Strip.
Get there early
My husband and I stopped by Hello Kitty Cafe around 3 p.m. on a weekday. There were 5 people in line ahead of us, so our wait in the 90-degree weather was short. They had a water dispenser in case you need to hydrate, which was thoughtful.
A handful of items were already sold out when we got there. I really wanted to get the red bow and Hello Kitty-shaped cookies! Next time I’ll stop by closer to opening time at 11 a.m.
After we ordered, we got a buzzer that vibrated when our order was ready. It wasn’t busy at all, so it was ready within a couple of minutes. I did notice the line suddenly got bigger behind us, so we were lucky.
Cute things to eat
In front was a display of all the cute Sanrio themed pastries and items for purchase. In addition to the Hello Kitty-themed sweets, I spied a Gudetama macaron & donut, Badz Maru rice krispies, Keroppi donut, & a Chococat brownie.
Get the milk tea!
I ordered a cute Hello Kitty-shaped flaky pastry (I don’t know what it was called) and an iced latte. My husband ordered the milk tea. I definitely liked his drink better than mine! No complaints on my pastry, however.
Cute stuff to get
If you’re not hungry, you can buy Hello Kitty merch instead. I saw tees, pins, keychains, and plushies on their display. These would be cute to give out as souvenirs!
I was happy to rekindle my 90’s childhood at Hello Kitty Cafe Las Vegas. It’s a cute stop for snacks and to take a break from walking The Strip.
It’s best to stop by as early as possible when the popular items aren’t sold out yet and to avoid the afternoon heat.