Before all the double-patty smash burgers in town, there was the Parlour burger. Two quality, house-ground patties, smashed on the flat-top to medium perfection, and besieged with enough melted American cheese to rival the starring role of the meat. It's a burger that spawned a hundred copycats and marked its creator, chef Joe Rolle, as a kind of burger mastermind. So when Rolle shifted over to take the reins at Il Foro, he set out to build a better burger — the Burger 2.0. He did it. Sirloin, brisket, and short rib come together in a holy trinity of OMFG. The American cheese goes on with an ice cream scoop. A little stack of pickles rides sidecar, daring you to decide whether they could possibly make the burger any better. Maybe, but nothing else in the world could.