Despite the many toppings, techniques and trends in the burger world, there are really only two kinds of hamburgers: the quick, greasy and compact style that can be eaten in a few bites, and the big, sloppy monstrosity that you can't put down even if you wanted to, because it would simply implode. Beef boss Justin Brunson somehow manages to marry the two in a wobbly tower of twin four-ounce patties and squishy potato bun glued together by layers of American cheese and his own special sauce. There's a secret to how the chef maintains the soft, juicy texture of a half-pound patty in two smaller rounds (okay, we'll squeal: He deep-fries them!). Originally available at Royal Rooster's lunch incarnation at Old Major, the chef's LoHi restaurant, Brunson's "double-double" can now be tracked down at the new Royal Rooster inside Broadway Market.
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