Smoking is permitted in MichaelJordan’s restaurant in Grand Central Station, despite City ordinances banningsmoking in public buildings.

Manhattan Supreme Court JusticeStanley L. Sklar decided last week that the restaurant � named MichaelJordan’s The Steak House N.Y.C. � served a transportation purpose, andthat its lease with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority could exemptit from City regulations.

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