While you could give a crap about superior health benefits or personal office Segways, everyone who knows a guy who works at Google has fought the urge to steal his identity and gorge on his awesome cafeteria food. Stay true to yourself while still enjoying that food, at Calafia
Calafia marks the Google exec chef's "going public" with his envy-inspiring cuisine, via an 85-seat indoor/outdoor resto-cum-to-go-market, done up rustic dairy-style with reclaimed wood ceilings and an impressively huge chandelier made of old milk bottles. The Asian/Latin-inspired grub starts small (e.g., shredded beef tacos w/ bbq sauce, citrus pork wraps w/ jicama jalapeno slaw), while man-plates range from mahogany salmon on rice to sweet & spicy "lacquered" beef short ribs -- very tasty, and when huffed, euphoric. The all-day bar's pourin' 10 local brews, including Scrimshaw Pilsner and Morgan Hill's Poppy Jasper Amber, plus 20+ NorCal vinos that range from Lodi's Brazin Old Vine Zin to an '06 Chardonnay by Irony (typically paired with inaccuracy)
Calafia's adjoining market specializes in grab-able sushi plates, rotisserie chicken, casseroles, and customizable party platters -- a grand way to celebrate when maybe, just maybe, all your Google friends get laid off too.