Frisch's Lighthouse, where hamburgers aren't just admired and consumed, but GLORIFIED! Actually, "glorified" is an adjective that's fallen out of use. Means "Fancy" or "somewhat distinct in a small way from the unadorned version." When I became aware of the word, it was used sarcastically, to indicate that something was putting on pretenses that obviously exceeded the truth. "Oh, that's just a glorified hamburger" would be a dismissal by 1965.

The recipe is here; essentially, it means "hamburger with some spices" - but with one ingredient you'd never come up with on your own.