'Merica-themed restaurant allows you stuff your face with patriotism topped with cheese

'Merica-themed restaurant allows you stuff your face with patriotism topped with cheese

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2016%2f09%2f16%2f8f%2fhttpsd2mhye01h4nj2n.cloudfront.netmediazgkymde1lza3.6f94dBy Sarah Spigelman Richter2016-10-10 17:30:00 UTC

This debate isn't just about ironic blouses anymore. It's about lying sacks of burger and hardcore (if also kitschy) American pride.

When the 'Merica restaurant opens Oct. 15 in NYC's East Village, it will feature all of those things and more, reports DNA Info.

Expect Chuck Norris week (discounts for wearing camo gear and Chuck Norris flicks on the television screens), debate night Thursdays (food-based penalties include the loser paying for the winner's food) and menu items like the T-rump burger (rump roast cut of meat with,"slices of American and Mexican Pepper jack cheeses separated by a wall of onions, peppers and mushrooms")

The restaurant is the brainchild of Zach Neil and Radoune Eljaouhari, previously of the Beetlejuice-themed Beetle House and Stay Classy, a Will Ferrell tribute bar.

Neil tells DNA Info that the concept for the restaurant came from Donald Trump's political ascent and is based largely on his childhood growing up in "Pennsylvania...next to a NASCAR race track[...] Imagine the Donald Trump campaign coming to your backyard every weekend."

The restaurant plans to skewer politicians of all parties with menu items like the Hillary Clinton-themed burger, or the "100 calorie lie" — a triple bacon cheeseburger slathered in mac n' cheese that's falsely advertised as being 100 calories.

Tie on your napkin and start pledging allegiance to some burgers and fries.

Topics: united states, Donald Trump, Election 2016, Food, Travel, Travel & Leisure, Watercooler

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