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Upstairs is a “haunted room” where a man supposedly murdered his family, and down in the basement Amerson discovered a pair of faded black-and-white portraits hidden behind the fireplace—a token, he believes, of some long-ago illicit romance. There are also Flip Flops in Carrollton, Columbus, and Valdosta.The local outpost skews a bit older—though no tamer—than its college-town counterparts.SINGLE dad Jason Mesnick, star of “The Bachelor,” is the reason the show is so popular again, says former “Bachelorette” troublemaker Deanna Pappas.“It’s pretty hard not to love him,” Pappas told The Post yesterday.“He’s a wonderful guy with a wonderful son, and he deserves to be happy.“He has everything that every woman would want.” Pappas famously ditched “nice guy” Mesnick to get engaged to “snowboarder dude” Jesse Csincsak during last year’s “Bachelorette” season finale. With a nine-flavor daiquiri bar, live music downstairs, a DJ upstairs, a sprawling patio with real palm trees, and deliberately tacky decor, it couldn’t be more different from posh Opera across the street. Amerson loved college so much he decided to stay there for seven years.“There was this beat-up building right beside my fraternity house.
He opened the first Flip Flops in Statesboro in 2000, when he was just twenty.
Pappas then publicly dumped Csnincsak last fall by breaking the news to reporters – but not to him.
I had the greatest feeling about it—I used to break in and pretend where I wanted everything to be,” he recalls.
“Finally I talked one of my fraternity brothers into it.
I told him if he’d open up a club with me, girls would like him. The Midtown building, now painted a cheerful blue, dates back to the 1920s.
Despite its prime location, it sat empty for two years before Amerson bought it.