Smashburger® recently started calling one of its hamburgers the TRIPLE DOUBLE.
In-N-Out Burger® and its DOUBLE DOUBLE® burger and TRIPLE TRIPLE® burger have a problem with that. 223 more words
While Burger King might claim titular right to the throne, in the West Coast, only the In-N-Out wears the crown. Fending off contenders, this cult classic has exploded in popularity since its first restaurant in 1948, but it now finds itself embroiled in a lawsuit with Smashburger over trademark infringement. 414 more words