Most people thought it would be "breakfast" or "brunch".
America's beloved pancake house announced its new name Monday, the International House of Burgers.
The former leader in much needed hangover food has made a decision to enter into the burger joint business.
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As for the restaurant's name change, IHOP said its new moniker will be in effect for "the time being".
The pancake chain, which had been known as IHOP for 60 years, previewed the name change on Twitter last week. As of 2016, there were 1,695 locations worldwide. Starting at $6.99, folks can get one of their new burgers with a drink and endless fries. The seven burgers are listed as "limited time offers". It ends with the company's new logo and the message Burgers Burgers Burgers.
The IHOP/b website still proclaimed the announcement was 30 minutes away at 8 a.m. ET.