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      Pier 70February 14, 2011
      Piers
      • Seattle, United States

      Amazon helped stock "The Real World: Seattle" house, which was located on this pier. Employees put sex books near the computer, which defaulted to the Amazon website, scoring the company a few cameos.

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      The Century Apartment BuildingFebruary 14, 2011
      Residential
      • New York, United States

      Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos owns three linked units in this jewel overlooking Central Park (and a Barnes & Noble). He bought it for $7.6 million, roughly 0.9% of what Amazon paid for Zappos in 2009.

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      Edward Jones DomeFebruary 14, 2011
      Football
      • St Louis, United States

      This dome hosted thousands of American Idol hopefuls in 2004--including a then-21-year-old Carrie Underwood, who would go on to win the show's fourth season, and sell at least 11 million albums.

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      Gourmet Haus StaudtFebruary 14, 2011
      German
      • Redwood City, United States

      Apple engineer Gray Powell lost an iPhone 4 prototype here, which was eventually dissected on the blog Gizmodo a full two months before its official June 2010 release date.

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      TacodeliFebruary 14, 2011
      Tacos
      • Austin, United States

      Engineers from ARM (a 2011 Most Innovative Company), who tweak the microchips used in iPads, come to this Austin chain for a different kind of chip--preferably topped with Roberto’s Brazo-Fuerte dip.

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      The EagleFebruary 14, 2011
      Pub
      • Cambridge, United Kingdom

      ARM's microprocessors are in almost all the world’s smartphones, so its employees have a lot to accomplish every day. But after work, they relax at this local pub, which is more than 300 years old.

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      Aeroporto Internacional de Campinas / Viracopos (VCP)February 14, 2011
      Airport
      • Campinas, Brazil

      Azul Airlines (a 2011 Most Innovative Company) flew 2 million people in the year following its December 2008 debut--an impressive takeoff. This airport, one of Brazil's busiest, serves as Azul’s hub.

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      Lu Nello RestaurantFebruary 14, 2011
      Italian
      • Cedar Grove, United States

      "Real Housewives of New Jersey" cast member Teresa Giudice flipped a table here while filming the show's first-season finale, which drew record ratings for Bravo (a 2011 Most Innovative Company).

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      The WolseleyFebruary 14, 2011
      Breakfast
      • London, United Kingdom

      Longtime Burberry creative director Christopher Bailey usually has his Sunday roast--an early-afternoon meal of meat and potatoes--at this café, located on London's famous Picadilly Blvd.

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      Chipotle Mexican GrillFebruary 14, 2011
      Mexican
      • New York, United States

      This eatery may look like any other Chipotle (a 2011 Most Innovative Company), but it's actually a testing venue for savory new menu items, including limited-time salsas and spice-rubbed chicken.

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      Golden Gate BridgeFebruary 14, 2011
      Bridge
      • San Francisco, United States

      Cisco (a 2011 Most Innovative Company) is named for “San Francisco,” and this bridge inspired the company’s original logo.

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      Holeman & Finch Public HouseFebruary 14, 2011
      Gastropub
      • Atlanta, United States

      In exchange for the classic Coca-Cola ads on the walls here, some chefs film themselves making Coke-inspired recipes (BBQ sauce, dressing) for one of the beverage titan's blogs.

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      The VarsityFebruary 14, 2011
      Hot Dogs
      • Atlanta, United States

      Located just a few blocks from Coke HQ, this eatery bills itself as the world’s largest drive-in restaurant, and holds the largest independent Coca-Cola fountain account in the U.S.

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      One World Trade CenterFebruary 14, 2011
      Building
      • New York, United States

      Though it may still look like a construction site, this tower will eventually house the new Conde Nast HQ, which will take up nearly a million square feet of office space.

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      Harvard UniversityFebruary 14, 2011
      University
      • Cambridge, United States

      Before graduating from this university in 1985, Conan O'Brien, founder of Conaco Productions (a 2011 Most Innovative Company), spent two years editing campus humor mag "The Harvard Lampoon."

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      Wilsons Leather OutletFebruary 14, 2011
      Apparel
      • Burbank, United States

      When he first moved to Los Angeles, Conan O'Brien, founder of Conaco Productions (a 2011 Most Innovative Company), worked at this retailer. No word on whether or not he was replaced with Jay Leno.

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      Universal Studios HollywoodFebruary 14, 2011
      Theme Park
      • Universal City, United States

      The Jurassic Park dinos featured in this theme park's ride couldn’t produce lysine. In real life, they’d need help from Dacheng Industrial, among the world’s foremost synthesizers of the amino acid.

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      Pittsburgh Supercomputing CenterFebruary 14, 2011
      Office
      • Pittsburgh, United States

      This center houses two of the country's most powerful supercomputers, but they'll soon be supplanted by Dawning Information's Tianhe 1A, which can process 2.57 quadrillion operations per second.

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      Bushwick Country ClubFebruary 14, 2011
      Dive Bar
      • Brooklyn, United States

      This club hosts the highlight of the annual DonorsChoose Moustaches for Kids charity contest, where growers gather to drink "picklebacks" (a shot of Jameson whisky and a shot of pickle juice).

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      Burgers & CupcakesFebruary 14, 2011
      Burgers
      • New York, United States

      The CEO of DonorsChoose.org (a 2011 Most Innovative Company) often orders milk and cookies to go from this lunch spot, which--true to its name--serves only burgers and desserts.

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