Eat and Drink NYC debate viewing party at Ainsworth serves up Trump-Clinton burgers Schweid & Sons Burgers and Stephen Yen will serve up Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump themed burgers at the Ainsworth during the presidential debate Wednesday. Photo Credit: George Motz By Jillian Jorgensen firstname.lastname@example.org Updated October 17, 2016 4:55 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email What better food to eat while considering the country's future during the presidential debate Wednesday than that most American food, the cheeseburger? Chef Stephen Yen and Schweid & Sons Burgers are teaming up to roll out a menu of candidate-themed burgers for a debate party at the Ainsworth Wednesday, where the final face-to-face between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be aired on the televisions normally reserved for sports. "Now more than ever, we’re getting people just cold-calling us, saying, 'Hey are you playing the debates?' 'Are you playing sound?' " Yen said in a telephone interview. "It’s just organically growing. People like a show, and this election has become quite a reality show." If lack of policy discussion has you wondering, as Walter Mondale once did, "Where's the beef?" the answer at this Ainsworth watch party will be: on your plate. There will be three special burgers named for each candidate, listed on a menu that will take on the shape of a ballot, Yen said. The most popular burger for each candidate will remain on the menu until Election Day -- at which point the restaurant will tally up the sales to see which candidate proved most popular. The debate starts at 9 p.m. on Wednesday, and the Ainsworth is at 45 East 33rd St. in midtown. Here's a sneak peak at the burgers you can try there on debate night: Team Clinton: The Heirloom Hillary: This Italian-flavored burger features burrata cheese, heirloom tomatoes, basil, balsamic vinegar, olive oil and sea salt. Little Rock Shrimp Burger: Named for Clinton's former home in Arkansas, this burger features bang bang shrimp, bibb lettuce, pickled jalapenos, and spicy mayo. The Chillary- A "liberal scoop" (get it?) of Arkansas slaw on top of a bacon BBQ cheeseburger. Team Trump: The Trump Tower: Bologna and beef sliders, stacked up tall. The Wall: Chili-lime-rubbed angus beef, avocado, salsa, cotijá cheese, créma. The Comb Over: Cotton candy “hair" on top of a classic bacon cheeseburger. By Jillian Jorgensen email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.