A popular restaurant with many locations in the Hudson Valley is undergoing a major name change. What does the change mean? What do you think?

On Monday the International House of Pancakes took to Twitter to announce an upcoming name change.


“We’re serious about the quality of food and our menu, and this name change really reflects that,” IHOP Executive Director of Communications Stephanie Peterson said according to
USA Today. The tweet caused an uproar, with many wondering what the b stands for. Could it be bacon, burrito, biscuits, blueberries or breakfast? When users kept guessing, IHOP had some fun. (Round of applause here) "Blueberries, bacon, breakfast... There are so many possi-b-ilities,” IHOP tweeted. IHOP then tweeted a poll with the options for biscuits, bacon, butternut squash and barnacles

The obvious answer seems to be breakfast. But I guess we will have to wait until June 11 to find out.

According to the company's website, IHOP has 9 locations in the Hudson Valley. Including ones in Newburgh, Poughkeepsie, Middletown and Monroe.

What do you think of the name change? What could the b stand for?