What do you think of eating oatmeal for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? A restaurant in Manhattan's West Village only serves oatmeal, and it's about to be the next trendy thing in NYC's food scene. Even though it only serves one item, Oatmeals is a popular place for Manhattan's early risers. It's one of the first of its kind, this oatmeal bar is the perfect place to warm your soul this winter.

Oatmeals prides itself on pushing the boundaries of what you can do with your oats. With over 30 flavors on their current menu you can order dishes that are fruity and healthy, savory and spicy, or something sweet.

Oatmeals' dishes are based off of traditional meals from around the world. Its menu items include Sundried Tomato, Pesto & Parmesan, Truffle RisOATto, Croque Monsieur, and Cacio e Pepe bowls, proving that oatmeal doesn't have to be sweet to taste good. 

Even some of the dessert oats take inspiration from other cultures. Like Matcha & Black Sesame Mochi Bowl which is loaded with Japanese flavors and loaded with tons of antioxidants

With over 60 different toppings you'll be able to build a perfect bowl of oatmeal. It comes in cleverly themed bowl sizes, such as the baby bear, mama bear, and papa bear bowls. 

One of my personal favorites off of Oatmeals' extensive menu is The Canadian. Inspired by our neighbor in the north. This piping hot bowl of oatmeal is topped with roasted apples, cheddar cheese, bacon, maple syrup, and sea salt. Add a dollop of peanut butter, and you've got yourself a savory-but-sweet breakfast that'll keep you going all day. Don't wait, make your way over to Oatmeals. I'm predicting that this will be just as big as poké.