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New York’s famed Second Avenue Deli won’t have to do away with its greasy potato pancake sandwich as long as it sells it in Manhattan, a judge ruled Friday.The Friday ruling formalized an agreement between the kosher deli and Las Vegas’ Heart Attack Grill, which claimed the “Instant Heart Attack” sandwich violated its trademarks for “bypass burgers,” the Wall Street Journal reported.
Under the agreement, the Second Avenue Deli can only advertise the “Instant Heart Attack” – your choice of kosher meat on latkes – in Manhattan, the Journal reported.
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