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We’ve toured dozens of startups, big and small, and we’ve seen some amazing things, like game rooms, booze stashes, and playgrounds for the weird.But we’ve always had a special interest in seeing startups’ kitchens.
Some, like 37signals in Chicago, invest a lot in having a big, fancy kitchen where employees can prepare food and eat together in style.
Others… not so much.
Dogpatch Labs in NYC took over a food photographer's office, and they left some high-end equipment behind
Google's cafeterias are famous, but they also have mini kitchens all over their campuses with unlimited free snacks
37signals' office in Chicago used to be a Crate and Barrel photo studio, but these aren't leftover fixtures: The 37signals crew had the place fully redesigned from scratch.
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