As Google's Mountain View, CA, facilities have grown, they've spread across the city and have spawned the creation of nearly three dozen campus cafés. Here's a look at several of them and the food they offer.
Located in a century-old building that was once a Sears' warehouse, the Starbucks headquarters is home to SoDo (South of Downtown) Café, a dining area open to the nearby SoDo community, as well as two Starbucks-employees only dining facilities on the fifth floor. Operated by Bon Appétit Management Co., their exceptional execution and design earned FM's recognition as our 2013 B&I Innovator of the Year. This photo gallery provides a walk through look...
University of North Carolina Health Care recently introduced late night menus for both patients and staff. The selections (the two menus mostly overlap except that the staff menu includes desserts and delineates prices) run the gamut from hot entrees (meatloaf, roasted turkey, etc.), grilled items and pizza to breakfast favorites like French toast, pancakes and various omelets.
The Atrium at Eikohoff won Food Management's Best Concepts Award for Best Renovation in 2011. Its spectacular, colorful design and variety of serving stations represent a highly effective update to a 1992 dining hall.
International intrigue can provide a signature ending to onsite meals. These Asian- and Latin- inspired desserts range from super sweet and rich (Cabelleros Ricos) to elegantly simple and subtle (Green Tea Tapioca).
The first new dining facility to be built on the Palo Alto campus in 20 years, Arrillaga Family Dining Commons is a sophisticated, two-story facility with high-touch culinary capabilities combined with community-building space and a highly efficient behind-the scenes central production kitchen...More