TIMES SQUARE, Manhattan (WABC) -- Eating at the Kellogg's breakfast-themed restaurant in Times Square is more than eating a bowl of cereal in a fancy place - it's a chef-inspired experience.
Kellogg's opened its Cereal Café on July 4 on Broadway between 48th and 49th streets, and it's since been a hot spot in Manhattan.
The café serves up fancy bowls of cereal that go beyond what you'd make at home. Diners can choose from 10 specialty bowls that are priced $6.50 for a small and $7.50 for a large.
Cereal adventurers who want to concoct their own bowl can design their own recipe. The cost is $9 for large bowl with unlimited toppings.
** Check out the video above to see what it's like to eat at the Cereal Cafe **
(Video shot by Dave Alter, edited by Jeremy Murn)
VIDEO: What it's like to eat at Kellogg's Cereal Cafe in Times Square
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