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10 Coolest Office Food Perks


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Google 

There’s a reason people talk about Google having its own version of the “freshman fifteen.” Their office provides free breakfast, lunch, and dinner to its team members, which is hard not to take advantage of. As a plus, Google promotes great eating habits, making all their meals healthy and organic. And they’ve implemented smaller plates for portion control!

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ZocDoc

ZocDoc’s office not only has a fully stocked kitchen with unlimited coffee and various healthy snacks and drinks for team members, but they also provide daily catered lunch from eateries throughout NYC. Stuck working late one day? ZocDoc lets its team members order from Seamless on the company’s tab. 

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The Institute for Integrative Nutrition

The Institute for Integrative Nutrition has what you’ve already heard about – catered healthy and organic lunches and various snacks to the team’s disposal. But unlike other offices you’ve heard about, The Institute for Integrative Nutrition also has its kitchen stocked with supplements and features vitamin stations on each floor.

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Artsy

Artsy is reputable for its great office environment, partly because of the plentiful healthy snacks, free breakfasts, weekly catered lunches and happy hours for team members. When the holidays roll around they even host a Thanksgiving potluck at the office.

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Fab

Working at Fab means you get free catered lunches, unlimited snacks and free beer on tap. To top it off, Fab has is its own in office soft-serve ice cream machine.

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Grouper

Grouper brings roulette to its lunch routine! Three team members are picked at random and brought together for a lunch – on Grouper! Team members even get their pick of office groceries. A company spreadsheet is available for anyone to put snack requests for the weekly grocery deliveries from places like Trader Joes and Fresh Direct.

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HowAboutWe

Birthdays at HowAboutWe are a big deal. It’s personalized so the birthday boy or girl gets his or her favorite treats and desserts that day. Additionally, the company's happy hours are catered with hard cider. HowAboutWe also offers a fully stocked fridge, free Brooklyn Roasting Company coffee, and catered lunches from local spots. They also make sure to start the week off right, with complimentary breakfast every Monday.   

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Thrillist

The best part about working at Thrillist? Team members get to partake in company booze tasting and receive beer on tap daily from their office Kegerator. More so, Thrillist promotes healthy eating with fresh fruit and “Techfasts”: weekly breakfasts cooked by the tech team themselves.  

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Warby Parker

Along with a fully stocked kitchen, those working at Warby Parker also receive a catered lunch three days a week from their favorite NYC places like Parm, The Meatball Shop, and Café Habana. Happy hours are the norm there too. And lunch roulette! Two groups of team members get randomly put together for a meal on Warby. 

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Yext

Yext does the happy hour thing too, along with fully stocked kitchens, unlimited snacks, and an in-office Kegerator. What’s best? The $16 for lunch and $16 for dinner that team members receive from the company to order from Seamless. That’s $32 a day for grub!

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