We know where the president was for lunch, during his brief time in Rochester. We also know where he wasn't.
First things first: We don't usually report on rumors.
"It's just speculation," said Angelo Olles.
But this is different.
"Everybody's speculating he'll come. We hope he does come," said Olles, of Nick Tahou Hots.
As the morning turned to afternoon, social media blew up.
"Yes, he's coming. I'm so excited right now," said Jessica Ortiz.
"I hope he's gonna show up," said Dwight Moxley.
Speculation regarding where President Obama might eat lunch.
"I mean, it's electrifying being here, just hoping to get a glimpse of him, let alone getting to shake his hand or having him say hi to you," said Kim Campbell.
Jessica Ortiz and kids Kimorah and Ezekiel were among the lunchtime crowd at Nick Tahou's.
"I was driving down Main and I kept seeing people standing around," Moxley said.
Nick Tahou's is known for that one legendary late night favorite.
"Garbage plates. Whatever he wants, we'll go get," Olles said.
"Great day for a garbage plate. I don't know if the president's used to that. He might have some stomach troubles after that," said Beau Bailey.
"Where else would he be going besides Rochester if he was getting off at Exit 47?"
As the anticipated time of the president's visit grew nearer, police blocked off ramps to the expressway. Anticipation? You bet.
"Oh my gosh, it will be great if I get to at least take a picture of him, even if I don't get to shake his hand. I at least want to be there," said Ortiz.
"There he comes..."
And about as quick as you can say garbage plate, the president's bus drove by.
"Yes, we seen his bus. He's coming. He's coming."
Wishful thinking. The president, it turned out, chose something a bit healthier for lunch, sending slightly disappointed throngs home with something, in Rochester anyway, you certainly don't experience every day.
"Well, that's fine. At least we got to see the bus go by. That was just a blessing."