I'm pretty terrible with tree IDs, but these long, falt needles just called out and said, "Hey yew!" Jesus. That was terrible. Anyway, this is California Torreya (aka California Nutmeg, aka Stinking Cedar), and it is, in fact, in the yew family (Taxaceae). It's also a California endemic, growing only in the central coast ranges and in equivalent latitudes in the Sierra foothills. Wikipedia tells me that its close relative the Kaya tree (Torreya nucifera), is the tradional source of wood for Go boards in Japan. Go figure.