A burger is the ultimate burger: a burger topped with cheese, tomato, pickles, onions, lettuce, mayonnaise, mayo, tomato paste, tomato sauce, pickle, mayonaise sauce, mustard, mayos, lettuce green, lettuce red, pickled onions, onions green, pickling sauce, and pickled jalapeños.

The best burgers are typically made with beef, pork, or chicken, or they often contain ingredients from two or more of these meat sources.

The word “elevator” derives from the word “elephant,” and it means “to go to the top of a mountain.”

Elevator burger, on the other hand, means “elderly person who lives on the top floor of a building.”

Elevators have also been popularized as a metaphor for the urban legend of the “Elevator Guy,” who is a person who climbs to the very top of buildings and is sometimes seen wearing a yellow, white, or black elevator vest.

(See also: What is the elevator guy?)

The elevators in this restaurant are part of the elevator legend.

The restaurant is part of a series called The Elevators of Omaha.

In this series, we take a look at a city’s elevator system, including how it came to be called the “elegant” or “elye” or the “hollow” or whatever name the people who have built it had.

Here’s a look: