Each wearing the signature rose of ABC's "The Bachelorette," the staff of Giorgio's Restaurant had a large clientele to serve earlier this week during a viewing party for the show.
The restaurant's own Constantine Tzortzis bustled among the largely female crowd, greeting fans and watching his own face on the TVs in the background.
The Forsyth County resident was one of four male suitors still remaining on the popular reality dating show.
Monday night's episode, which showed bachelorette Ashley Hebert visiting each man's hometown, drew an overflow crowd to the eatery.
In the episode, Hebert visited the Tzortzis' family home, Giorgio's and a Lake Lanier park. She called it "the best hometown date."
The crowd erupted in cheers from the front of the restaurant as the image of the very same building appeared on TV.
Due to a contractual agreement with ABC, Tzortzis and his family cannot speak to the press until — and if — he gets eliminated from the show.
His fans, however, said Tzortzis doesn't shy away from meeting them.
Forsyth County high school students Meganne Ellis and Ashleigh Brosius said they've always been fans of the show and were excited to learn that a local man would be on it.