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Inside Razorfish's de-Googlified Office

With that go-go atmosphere seeping back into the city's Internet ventures, it's not much surprise that the fancypants dot-com offices of yore are making a comeback of sorts. Above, the staff cafeteria at the new offices of web design survivor Avenue A | Razorfish. Sure, it's no Google cafeteria—though, er, actually, Google did inhabit this space at 1440 Broadway (at 40th Street) until about eight minutes ago. (And, if we remember the hazy days of 2000 well enough, this is also the space that used to host About.com. Sweet Jesus.) After the jump, more photos from the heart of the internets—with, blessedly, not a single Razor scooter in sight.

Actual caption supplied to us by a publicist: "The open center stairway connects floors 18-20 and facilitates interaction between employees because they don't have to use the elevator so much."

Ditto: "The 3,000 sf terrace has approximately 60 seats and faces Times Square, with a perfect view for watching the ball drop on New Year’s Eve." Count us in for that fiesta.

· Friday PM Linkage: Google Cafeteria [Curbed]