International House of…Burgers


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IHOP, which recently changed its iconic name to IHOb, has revealed what the new consonant stands for: "burgers."

The name change accompanies a line of new burgers at the chain, which is known for breakfast dishes like rainbow sprinkle-filled "cupcake pancakes" and classic buttermilk pancakes. The chain is shifting its emphasis to seven new "steak burgers," which include a cowboy burger with onion rings and bacon and a "mega monster," which is IHOb's answer to McDonald's Big Mac.


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Now we know where the guy that thought up “New Coke” is working.


professional daydreamer
At first I thought this was a bad idea, but I'll hold judgement until I see the new "burger" menu. I'm always up for a good burger.
Unless they've gotten rid of their cockroach problems, I don't care what they're serving. Not happening.

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Fun fact I learned the other day: IHOP adds a little bit of pancake batter to their scrambled eggs to make them fluffier.