Hello Kitty Hungry Hunt in LA

It’s no secret that I am a fan of Hello Kitty and a fan of good food (hence I write a blog called Hello Kitty Foodie. I am therefore beyond thrilled to share that this October, the city of LA will experience a the first ever Hello Kitty Hungry Hunt in LA.

(The city of Los Angeles will also be hosting the first ever Hello Kitty Convention this month and the Japanese American National Museum is hosting a special Hello Kitty museum exhibition!)image

Starting on October 24 and ending on November 21, several of LA’S hottest food spots will be offering hello kitty themed food and beverages on their menu.

In addition to getting to feast on these cute and delicious treats, customers will get a collectible hello kitty pin that features hello kitty enjoying the particular food or beverage. These special Hello Kitty meals and drinks are all part of a giant celebration for Hello Kitty’s 40th anniversary

Among the restaurants participating in the Hello Kitty Hungry hunt are Food Network’s Duff Goldman’s Charm City Cakes, Little Tokyo’s Chado Tea Room and the newly opened Plan Check Kitchen and Bar. There are eleven restaurants total participating in this foodie scavenger hunt! The food offerings vary from burgers with pink cheese to hello kitty bento boxes to hello kitty cupcakes!

This Hello Kitty Hungry Hunt is sure to attract Hello Kitty Fans all over Los Angeles and beyond but it is also an opportunity for many to experience new food with a cute twist (and just maybe turn some foodies into new Hello Kitty fans 😉 )

For more info on all the participating restaurants of the Hello Kitty Hungry Hunt, please check out my Hello Kitty Foodie blog.

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About the Author

Jenn is the blogger behind the food blog Hello Kitty Foodie. You can find her running around the South Bay carrying her Kate Spade “Eat Cake for Breakfast” bag in one hand and a hello kitty iPhone in the other for taking Instagram food photos. She loves all things cute like cupcakes and macarons!

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