In the year 3021 AD, a group of scientists excavated ruins on the planet formerly known as Earth. After months of hard work digging through a millennium of stiff rock formations and compacted soil , they make a unique discovery. Here is an excerpt from the archaeological report on what appears to be a particularly important site for the ancient inhabitants of the region.
On day 115 of our excavation of the site known in the late 20th century as Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto – now known by its original nickname Chochenyo, Northern xučyun – we unearthed a fairly intact structure buried under many layers of rock. sedimentary and volcanic rhyolite. . Inside the 1,050-year-old structure, traces of smoke lacquered over what appears to be a large brick-lined fireplace, mixed with particles of rosemary and charred animal fat, indicate that the site was a place for drinks. and hot food was served. In the 20th century, it was a restaurant.