Hello Kitty Hungry Hunt



In celebration of Hello Kitty’s 40th anniversary, Los Angeles will be a location for a Hello Kitty “hungry hunt.” The hungry hunt is in conjunction with the highly anticipated Hello Kitty Convention taking place at MOCA at the Geffen Contemporary on Oct. 30, and the Japanese American Museum’s Hello! Exploring The Supercute World of Hello Kitty exhibit which is running now till April 26.

Starting this Friday, Oct. 24 and running till November 21st, restaurants in L.A. will be getting festive with the Hungry Hunt involving Hello Kitty, it looks like it will be a popular and great scavenger event featuring food and drink items inspired by the iconic Hello Kitty. To participate, people can simply go to each of the eleven restaurants and order their Kitty items. Each dish or drink comes with a collectible pin of Kitty holding the representative food from that restaurant.

Pins are different for each location and are while supplies last only. Be sure to check out the different locations to snag a pin for yourself! They are expected to go fast.

To check out the different locations that are participating and to take a look at the different pins for each location go to:

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California’s first Cat Cafe is coming!

The “Catfe” is coming to Los Angeles in October. Carlos Wong announced half a year ago his Kickstarter to fund California’s first cat café.

From Oct. 2-5, Wong will partner with Chinatown BID and Best Friends L.A., a no-kill shelter, for four days of pure cat fun. There will be cats at the cafes to pet and also to adopt. (You will need to be 18 years or older to adopt.) According to LA Weekly, there will be costumed maids and there will be butlers. DJs and entertainment will also be present.

The location is in the center of Chinatown, at the Far East Plaza, and guests are encouraged to bring rice bowls from Chego, ice cream from Scoops and boba milk tea from Ten Ren.

On Oct. 5, which is the last day of the pop up, LACatfe will operate during CicLAvia. So cyclists can swing by if they want in on the cat action. The bike route passes the Catfe pop up shop.

The event will serve as the kickoff party to the second round of fundraising for the actual Catfe.

The hours of the upcoming Catfe pop-up will be from 4-9 p.m., all four days.

Catfe Pop-Up: Far East Plaza, 727 N. Broadway, Chinatown.
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