New York City’s First-Ever Cereal Bar Is Opening in Brooklyn

KITH Treats opens Tuesday on Flatbush Avenue, and will feature 24 cereal varieties, 25 toppings, and several types of milk

Combining the convenience of a fro-yo bar with the content of your childhood breakfast.

Los Angeles and London have them, and now New York City is the latest major city to catch on to the latest chic breakfast craze: the cereal bar. KITH Treats, New York’s first-ever full-time cereal bar is opening Tuesday in Brooklyn on Flatbush Avenue, down the street from Barclays Center.

KITH Treats allows you to take your childhood cereal cravings to the next level with 24 varieties of cereal (Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lucky Charms, Rice Krispies, and more), 25 toppings (marshmallows, chocolate chips, cookie dough, among others), and five types of milk.  KITH will also sell a soft service vanilla cone swirled with your choice of cereal and toppings.

Taking the nostalgic concept to a whole new level, customers who order two servings or more will get their cereal selection served in a collectible mini shoebox with the first one being designed by Nike and US tennis player Andre Agassi. Cereal box designs will switch out every six weeks, and each box contains an option to win a grand prize, just like a real cereal box. Except this time, instead of winning a small toy or stickers, you get the chance to win US Open tennis balls.


You can see the full list of toppings, and cereal and milk flavors here.