319 Traditional Outdoor Grills

Nothing tastes quite like fresh food off the barbecue grill. Gas grills, traditional charcoal grills and even an outdoor electric grill each give your food a distinct taste. Whether you’re planning on firing up a smoker or gas BBQ this season, you’ll need to consider size, grates and general construction to ensure you’re making the right purchase for your grilling needs. More 
Big Green Egg Cutting Board
The Big Green Egg Cutting Board made from an FDA Approved HDPE Material for use around your Big Green Egg. 12"x18"
Spiedini / Spiducci / Skewers Stainless Steel Charcoal Grill, Made in Italy, 25"
Spiedini / Spiducci / Skewers Stainless Steel Charcoal Grill, Made in Italy This is a traditional long and narrow "spiedini" charcoal grill for grilling kebabs and other small pieces of meat on short wooden or metal skewers. The body is made from stainless steel, the legs from regular painted steel, and the grills are chromium. 1 grill allows you to use the bbq as a regular ...More
Le Boulanger Large Capacity Portable Outdoor Wood-Fired Oven by L'Art du Jardin
$1,495 $1,595.00 · Buy on Houzz
Le Boulanger is a multi-functional wood-fired oven with double wall construction providing 360 degrees of both radiant and direct heat. This model provides the wood-fired oven chef with enough capacity and versatility to cook restaurant quality meals for a crowd. The outer oven wall and inside chamber wall are separated by an air space, which diverts 95% of the flames and smo...More
Uniflame CBC1255SP Deluxe Outdoor Charcoal Grill
$143.70 $188.88 · Buy on Houzz
Deluxe Outdoor Charcoal Grill belongs to Outdoor Living Collection by Uniflame
Portable Outdoor Scout Grill
- Good size for placing over a campfire for grilling with a nonstick surface. - Measures 16.5" x 10.5" of grilling surface. - Perfect for camping! - Easy to store - folds down flat and comes with its own carry bag. - Holds up to 6 pounds of food. - Stainless steel construction. - Dishwasher safe.
Portable Open Fire Pit Grill
- Designed with the outdoorsman in mind. - Stainless steel construction. - Great for campers, beach parties and placing over a campfire for grilling. - No tools required. - Adjustable height. - 17.5" Diameter grilling surface can easily swing away from the fire to load or unload food. - Easy to store and includes a carry bag. - Holds up to 12 lbs - specially designed arm...More
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Napoli Compact Size Portable Outdoor Wood-Fired Oven by L'Art du Jardin, Black
$795 $995.00 · Buy on Houzz
Designed for smaller spaces and families, Napoli's compact size allows the outdoor wood-fired oven chef to serve the same restaurant quality food created in the larger ovens. This portable oven easily fits onto patios, decks, terraces and balconies. Napoli is a multi-function oven with double steel wall construction providing a 360 degree heat source to cook quickly and exper...More
Portable Non-Stick Outdoor Tailgator Grill
- Stainless steel grate, powder coated body and heat resistant carbon steel fire box. - 30 second assembly - legs fold out and are very sturdy. - 12.5" stainless steel grilling surface specially designed to be non-stick. - Economical - uses 12 to 15 briquettes for great heat! - Fire gives approximately 2 to 3 hours of cooking time. - Holds up to 8 pounds of food. - Cools...More
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Should I choose a charcoal grill or gas grill?

This depends on your cooking preference, what you feel comfortable with and ultimately how you’d like your food to taste. See below for the pros and cons of each option.

Charcoal: Using charcoal briquettes, wood or a combination of both, charcoal grills give food an unmistakable smoked BBQ flavor. While many pine after this distinct taste, cooking might take more time, and the grill itself requires more maintenance, since you will need to dispose of ashes regularly. Look for a charcoal barbecue with air vents to maintain control over the internal temperature.

Gas: Gas grills require less time for cooking and heat quickly with a push button, rotary or electronic lighter. They’re often more spacious and less expensive to use, since gas is cheaper than charcoal. However, gas tanks are heavy, and you need to pay attention to the gas level to avoid a run to the store in the middle of cooking.

Electric: Electric grills have improved greatly and cook much better than they did in the past. They’re great for spaces that won’t allow gas or charcoal grills, however, you’ll need to place it in proximity to an electrical outlet, which can be tricky to find outdoors.

Smokers: A smoker grill will allow you to cook or flavor food, typically meat and fish, by exposing it to heat and smoke in a controlled environment. The smoky flavor of the food will depend on the type of wood you choose to burn. Improved preservation is an added benefit of smoking your food.

What do I want to look for in outdoor grills?

There are several features you want to be sure your barbeque grill contains. Make sure yours is well-constructed and doesn't wiggle on solid ground. If there are wheels, they should roll easily. Keep an eye out for good fit between all the pieces and a smooth finish that will hold up to the elements. Take note of assembly requirements. Better brands tend to offer easier assembly; they will also offer adequate service and maintenance through assurance of replacement parts, easy-to-read instructions, a toll-free service line and a long warranty. Safety, of course, is key: Grills should control heat easily, stay cool to the touch and have appropriate safety features.

What size barbecue grill should I look for?

There are several questions to ask yourself when deciding what size barbeque is best for you and your grilling needs. To begin, think about what you will be cooking, as well as the quantity. For example, if you’ll be making small dinners of chicken breast and grilled vegetables for you and your family, you’ll need less room than if you’re planning on grilling briskets for large parties.

How often will you be using the grill? If it’s only for special occasions, waiting 20-25 minutes for a charcoal grill to warm up may not be a bother. If you’re using it daily, you may prefer the quicker prep time that gas grills afford. Also take into account the space you have for the barbecue — a small balcony off an apartment building will have considerably less room than a backyard patio. For smaller areas, consider a portable BBQ that you can move aside to regain precious space when not in use.

What types of grill grates are available?

Also called grids, grill grates differ in regard to durability, maintenance and heat retention. See below for four common options.

Cast iron: Cast iron grates cook food well by evenly distributing heat. However, they are heavy and require care to prevent rust.
Porcelain-coated: Food won’t stick to porcelain-coated grates, but the glaze can chip and rust if not maintained.
Porcelain-coated cast iron: Durable, long-lasting and easy to maintain, porcelain-coated cast iron grates retain heat well and are resistant to rust.
Stainless steel: These will resist rust, but you may have trouble with food sticking to stainless steel grates. Rubbing a halved onion on the grid before throwing your food on has been known to help prevent sticking (and add some extra flavor!).

Our selection of outdoor grills range from electric to charcoal to gas, which allows you find the one that will best fulfill your grilling appetite.
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