The California Delta holds many natural wonders, but the most fascinating of all was a recent visit to The Point Restaurant, which sported an entire ROOM of booths crafted from the hides of the elusive wild Blue Naga.
Now, Rio Vista also boasts the only old-timey restaurant left that was begun by a world hunter and sports the heads of bear, lion, impala, zebra and just about any exotic large beast you can think of, all bagged in the great white hunter’s heyday of the 1930s and 40s.
So it only stands to reason that the proprietor of Foster’s Bighorn would see fit to help out The Point with a healthy donation of Blue Naga hides.
However you feel about the display at Fosters (which, admittedly, feels a bit guilt-inducing when you’re downing a chunk ‘o meat with Mr. Lion glaring jealously over your shoulder), you really need to slide into the luxury of a rare Blue Naga booth.
The species is so elusive, it’s practically unknown these days. So slide on over and feast your fanny on the Blue Naga hide there: it’s truly a rare experience.
And that’s the whole Point of travel, no?