In Stitch! The Movie, Experiment 455 (Mary) was activated. A woman sitting outside Kiki's Coffee Hut mistook 455's pod for a sugar cube. When she dropped the pod into her coffee, the experiment was activated.
In the series episode "Slugger", Stitch is seen sitting outside at a table with Lilo and drinking a large bowl of cappuccino, which is ironic because coffee usually makes Stitch go crazy, as seen in the original movie and "Yapper". He even drinks Lilo's cappuccino before helping her rescue Experiment 608 (Slugger), after Gantu grabs him.
In "Cannonball", Lilo and Stitch sit together outside at another table and try to figure out a way to control Experiment 520 (Cannonball). While they are doing this, Stitch can be seen wearing his superhero costume that consists of all stolen items: a pair of red sunglasses, a red towel, a green bikini top, and a letter S (from the PARADISE POOL sign).
In the crossover episode "Morpholomew", Stitch tracks down Experiment 316 (Morpholomew) to Kiki's Coffee Hut, where they face off against each other on the roof. However, Morpholomew chooses not to fight with Stitch, and makes a truce by offering his "hand" for Stitch to shake. Stitch accepts and shakes hands with Morpholomew.
In "Babyfier", Experiment 151 (Babyfier) turns every member in Lilo's ʻohana into a baby, save Lilo. Sometime later, the babyfied Jumba (who still retained the intellect of adult Jumba) manages to find a cure on his computer that would revert everyone back to their normal age. The babyfied Jumba then takes the babyfied Pleakley along, and they travel over to Kiki's Coffee Hut to collect the required ingredients to make the antidote. When they arrive there, the babyfied Jumba tells the babyfied Pleakley that there are too many people in the shack, and that they must clear the room somehow. Pleakley then poops in his pants, after which the stench drives everyone out in a panic. Once inside, the babyfied Pleakley manages to find several bags of 100% Kona coffee on a shelf, which was one of the essential ingredients needed to make the remedy.