Heart Attack Sandwich
May 11, 2011 by USA Post
Heart Attack Sandwich, It is a clash over the kitchen-coronary cause. Second Avenue New York City Deli filed a lawsuit Tuesday to defeat a challenge to sales of its “immediate Sandwich Heart Attack” and planned “Triple Bypass Sandwich.”
The famous Jewish-style restaurant says he received an accusatory letter to the attorneys for the Arizona Heart Attack Grill, which specializes in fatty foods with a “worth dying for nothing.”
The March 29 letter alleged infringement of trademarks hamburger and medical-themed “unequivocally threatens” legal action.
But court documents state “no likelihood of confusion” between the kosher restaurant in Manhattan and his opponent from the southwest, insisting, “the food sold and the clientele served, could not be more different.”
“The defendant Triple Bypass Burger is more of a cheeseburger, and as such is definitely not kosher and suitable for the customer base of the Second Avenue Deli,” according to the filing in federal court in Manhattan.
“Similarly, anyone looking for a milk shake, cheese fries cooked in lard will not find in the Second Avenue Deli.”
The lawsuit also states that the 2nd Avenue Deli has been serving its popular triple bypass Sandwich – half pound of deli meat piled between two potato pancakes large sold at 23.95 and – “. Even before the Heart Attack Grill that there was “attorney heart attack grill did not respond to a request for comment.
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