As for the name change, the company has changed their “p” to a “b” on their Twitter handle and other digital and social feeds, although they didn't say how long they'd stay that way. Those interested in trying out the burgers can do so at a pretty cheap price. For a limited time the chain is offering a meal deal for $6.99, which comes with unlimited fries and a drink. Check out IHOB’s new burger commercial to the right.
- ONE MORE THING! One chain not worried about IHOB getting into the burger biz is Wendy's. When someone asked about it on Twitter, the chain totaly trolled IHOB, tweeting, "Not really afraid of the burgers from a place that decided pancakes were too hard.” IHOB responded to the tweet but didn't want to start a fight. They shared, "We don’t want any beef with you, we just want to share our beef with the world," to which Wendy's replied, "welcome to the neighborhood."
- Following Wendy's posts, several other chains joined in to troll IHOB. Whataburger tweeted, "As much as we love our pancakes, we'd never change our name to Whatapancake," while White Castle added, "We are excited to announce that we will be switching our name to Pancake Castle," and Burger King changed their name to Pancake King. Meanwhile, Bob Evans tweeted, "No matter how you flip it, we're still the same Bob's you've loved since 1953," and Denny's added, Grandpa, do you remember the Great Burger Wars? lol no I was chillin drinkin milkshakes and trying to make sense of Westworld." Check out these and many others below.