Eating at Microsoft


Here’s an article on food services at Microsoft. Working from home, I don’t eat on campus that frequently. Plus, I definitely experienced the freshman fifteen before I got my act together and started going to the Pro Club. I do find dining on campus to be pretty enjoyable most of the time (the exception: when I am rushing between meetings). I’ve definitely noticed the improvements they have made over the last few years. Much better than the options availabletp me at previous employers. Lots of choices here; many of them healthy.

Comments (4)

  1. RB says:

    For some reason I imagine the Microsoft cafeteria to be somewhat like a prison cafeteria which has pitfalls such as powdered glass planted into the flood by competing branches.

  2. HeatherLeigh says:

    Hmm, a comment that is, at once, troll-like, anonymous and non-sensical. Again (and haven’t we talked about this before?), if you are going to behave like that, don’t be anonymous. You have no rights here. I delete anonymous comments at my own discretion; particularly if they add nothing to the conversation. And I am the decider. The class level of your recent comments makes it hard for me to think of a reason to publish anything you have to say.

    No more warnings. It’s getting old.

  3. Brad says:

    I enjoy the cafes and appreciate the improvements that have been made to them over the course of the last year or so. The article is interesting to read because it provides a unique perspective of our culture.

  4. HeatherLeigh says:

    Yeah, I hadn’t realized all the thoughts that have gone into it. My favorite new additions are the Wolfgang Puck salads. The nicoise is really nice.

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