Published: Mon, June 11, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

IHOP reveals what IHOB will stand for

IHOP reveals what IHOB will stand for

A video was included with the tweet, showing the "P" being flipped into a "b".

The news website says that they changed their name because they now "burger" just as well as they "pancake".

Both restaurant chains serve burgers and pancakes.

"We're flippin' from pancakes, pancakes, pancakes to burgers, burgers, burgers", a Facebook post read.

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IHOP hosted a Twitter poll, taking guesses for what the B could stand for.

"The goal is to get people to think about us for lunch and dinner", Haley conceded.

An IHOP representative confirmed the brand will have more news to share about its name swap on Monday, Today.com reported.

"This IHOP/IHOb debacle is a good reminder to stay in your lane", added New York Times reporter Astead Wesley. "The vast majority of people were having fun with the name change and were trying to solve the riddle". But on Monday, the company announced it would stand for "burgers".

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The company is part of Dine Brands Global, the same company that owns the Applebee's chain.

While IHOb is hoping the new burgers will give a boost to sales, initial social media response has showed some backlash.

Rebelez said that bringing burgers to an iconic restaurant like IHOP was a "fantastic combination".

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