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Best Breakfasts in Bed

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Sarah Lemoncelli

Soho House, New York City

The Breakfast: For British chef-in-residence Neil Ferguson (onetime Chef de Cuisine at Gordon Ramsay at The London NYC), breakfast is a big-flavor affair. Yuzu mimosas start things off, followed by pannetone French toast with orange blossom-infused mascarpone, and toasted brioche smothered with osetra caviar and culatello (the heart of prosciutto or Iberico dry-aged ham). The kicker is an omelette Arnold Bennett—for which Ferguson pairs slightly smoked haddock with whipped cream, eggs, and hollandaise sauce, all gratinated under a grill until it’s golden brown.

The Bed: The 24 rooms in this hotel, set in Manhattan’s chic Meatpacking District, share a building with an exclusive members-only club, and are famously hard to come by. Scoring one of the airy, loft-like units, though, gives you unique access not only to Ferguson’s ambrosial spreads, but also to the club’s swanky, uber-cool lounges and bars—including a fabulous rooftop pool with views over the city skyline.

Best Breakfasts in Bed

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