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Take a Video Tour of Yelp and GrubHub's Tricked Out NYC Offices

There are sundae bars, big gongs, and more.

Fast Company takes a look at the New York City offices of two "culinary tech titans": Online review site Yelp and food delivery company GrubHub. Yelp's massive NY headquarters features rooms named after local institutions (mainly restaurants), scooters, a mini version of NYC's High Line park, and a giant gong that employees ring every time a business decides to advertise with company.

While the GrubHub offices don't have a gong (they prefer to ring a small bell every time they have a "big sale"), there is plenty of food on hand. The offices "always have free food" including plenty of "snack attacks" like a giant sundae bar. To burn off all the snacking, employees also have access to ping pong and foosball tables.

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