IHOP flips back to pancakes, drops IHOb name

IHOP has changed its name back from IHOB

IHOP has changed its name back from IHOB

"We're giving away 60¢ short stacks on July 17 from 7a-7p for IHOP's 60th birthday".

On June 11, the International House of Pancakes made a big announcement: they were changing their name to "IHOb", at least temporarily, standing for "International House of Burgers", and unveiling a new product on the menu.

After some speculation and internet sleuthing, it was discovered that the "b" stood for burgers, and was a marketing ploy to advertise a new line of all-beef burgers the company was launching.

"We'd never turn our back on pancakes (except for that time we faked it to promote our new burgers)", it read in part.

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The national diner tweeted on Monday that they will reverse the name change decision and announced a celebratory date for the restaurant.

The American chain announced this betrayal via Twitter, and while most people were extremely relieved to learn it was a temporary switch, many were still angry.

IHOP executives said last month that the name change was meant to call attention to other aspects of the chain's menu.

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