IRVINE (CBSLA.com) — By the end of the month, a Hello Kitty-themed cafe is expected to open in Irvine, according to published reports.

The Los Angeles Times said on Tuesday that the pop-up shop at the Irvine Spectrum Center will serve treats like doughnuts and macaroons, as well as tea and other beverages.

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The makeshift café, according to the Orange County Register, is expected to remain at the mall for at least a year.

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Hello Kitty is a favorite in the Southland.

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Last October, a Hello Kitty convention was held in Los Angeles in celebration of the global icon’s 40th birthday.