Heart Attack Sandwich

May 11, 2011 by staff 

Heart Attack SandwichHeart Attack Sandwich, How would you like your coronary with potato pancakes and pastrami or four cheeseburgers? Two restaurants are at odds over which get sandwiches to be sold by the damage it causes your heart.

In New York, the all-kosher instant 2nd Avenue Deli sandwich Heart attack includes two potato pancakes with a choice of corned beef, pastrami, turkey or salami. Meanwhile, a lot of publicity from its headquarters in Arizona Heart Attack Grill Bypass Burgers is really, really great burgers accompanied by the usual accessories (options single, double, triple or quadruple refer to the number of hamburgers).

The local said that the grill has warned rename your sandwich or the risk of a trademark lawsuit. As reported by the New York Post, the 2nd Avenue Deli has filed a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court, saying that the sandwiches are not only different, but the instant heart attack has been sold since before the Heart Attack Grill opened its doors. (Lawyers for the grill have not responded to requests for comment from the NYP and Reuters.)

Maybe this could be solved by finding out which sandwich is worse for your heart, but require a nutritionalanlysis of the Health Blog has no stomach they have done.

Court documents say that the grill does not agree with plans for the grocery store to introduce even larger version of a sandwich of heart attack called triple bypass. But there would be much confusion between the two sandwiches bypass issue, the deli argues. “The accused” Triple Bypass Burger “is more like a cheeseburger, and as such is definitely not kosher and suitable for 2 nd Avenue. Deli customer base,” he says in court papers.

If this difference has a familiar taste, it is because the Heart Attack Grill sued the owners of Heart Caps Sports Grill last year.

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