Cereal is dead.

The New York Times agrees with us. In a Feb. 22 article, "Cereal, a Taste of Nostalgia, Looks for Its Next Chapter," food writer Kim Severson leads us through cereal's downfall in popularity. But we could have told you that.

With rigatoni, gnocchi, tagliatelle and more pastas available with your morning latte, why even bother with a bowl of cornflakes? Carbs? Check. Dairy? Check.

Skip the granola and go straight to spaghetti with some of NYC's best breakfast pastas.