DENVER (CBS4)– A favorite restaurant in Colorado is coming to a place where many visitors stop: Denver International Airport.
The first full-service Smashburger restaurant and bar is located in Concourse C at DIA. 59 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
IRVINE (CBSLA.com) — Not sure about the Double Double versus the triple double? In-N-Out thinks so, and is suing Smashburger over its new offering.
Irvine-based In-N-Out filed a trademark infringement lawsuit this week against Smashburger over the “triple double” burger it debuted over the summer. 213 more words