Heights restaurant in dispute with McDonalds
Heights-area restaurant Jus' Mac, which boasts a variety of gourmet macaroni-and-cheese dishes mixed with anything from jalapenos to pineapple to Doritos, is in a trademark disagreement with the McDonald's Corp. McDonald's claims the "Mac" in the Houston-based restaurant's name may be too similar to what it uses in some of its promotions and product names, such as the "Big Mac" sandwich, Jus' Mac owner Kimberly Alvarez said. The restaurant was inspired by a successful dinner party hosted nearly 10 years ago, Alvarez said. Alvarez said her attorneys submitted a proposal to include the phrase "a mac n' cheese eatery" at the end of the restaurant's name to resolve the squabble.
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