Hey there, you working people of San Francisco (and we understand there are still a few of you left)! Are you afraid to leave your office on your break, out of concern for stepping on a used needle or some unspeakable piece of filth? And the map of the “wasteland” (so to speak) isn’t up-to-date, so if you go out you’re on your own…
Well, once upon a time your friendly employer addressed your dilemma by offering a workplace cafeteria. Good food, affordably priced, and convenient. Alas, this quaint and modest benefit is soon to be, if certain San Francisco supervisors get their way, against the law.
New city tech workers dreaming of dining in workplace cafeterias may soon face a harsh reality — going outside.
Two city legislators on Tuesday are expected to announce legislation banning on-site workplace cafeterias in an effort to promote and support local restaurants.
You thought you could escape the grasping hands of government micromanagement? You fool! BWAHAHAHAHA!
Peskin said, it’s a hope to mitigate the “app culture” of workers who are whisked away in private commuter shuttles to work, who dine in their places of employment, and see all their goods delivered to them by apps — depriving them the pleasure of mingling with the rest of The City.
“People will have to go out and eat lunch with the rest of us,” he said.