Outdoor kitchen with Wolf grillTransitional Patio, Boston

This outdoor kitchen includes a Wolf barbecue. See and try this equipment when planning your New England outdoor kitchen. http://www.clarkecorp.com

Patio kitchen - mid-sized transitional backyard stone patio kitchen idea in Boston with no cover —  Houzz
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sweep1 wrote:Jun 10, 2011
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    COASTROAD Hearth & Patio
    There is a serious debate about wood (charcoal) vs. gas, and everyone who is serious about grilling has a favorite (as evidenced by motherbear's reply above). Since this is a home design website, I assume you're talking about a built-in grill, as shown above.
    What is "best" is determined by: what you will be cooking, how often you plan to use it, how many people do you plan to cook for, where it will go, how much space do you have, and how much money you have to spend. There isn't a single answer to all of those concerns.
    To give props to motherbear, in some cases, the Big Green Egg is the best, but not always.
    If you spend a little time on grill blogs, you'll find out what a great big, crazy world it is out there, and probably end up a little overwhelmed.
    Figure out what you want to cook and what you want it to look like, and take that information to someone who likes to grill and who has built a lot of outdoor kitchens. They'll be able to help you out.
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    Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove Milford by Clarke
    Hi sweep1,

    If i understand your question correctly, you are concerned with getting the best results from your BBQ, and also having it be ascetically pleasing. Although we are fans of the Big Green Egg for tailgates and the like, we wanted something a little more formal in our outdoor kitchen. That's why we decided to do this with a Wolf Gas Grill along with Bluestone. It really has the looks and the performance.
kristinb3 wrote:Mar 14, 2014
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    Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove Milford by Clarke
    Hi kristinb3,

    That is a 42" Grill.
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    How did you build the base for the grill, ect? Wood frame, or what? Then what type of stone did you use? Or was it a composite stone? What brand of grill is it?
Amy Maguire wrote:Sep 7, 2012
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    Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove Milford by Clarke
    This is a Wolf outdoor gas grill. They come in both built-in and freestanding cart versions. The photo shows a built-in version and both a natural gas and LP version are available for running a line as you described. When ordering your grill you will need to specify which gas supply you will need. If you are in New England, we can give you a "test drive" at Clarke. Just call our toll-free number (800-842-5275 x 206) and identify yourself as someone who found this on Houzz and we'll give you a private demonstration. Good luck with the house!
  • Amy Maguire
    Thanks! I'd love a private demo- but it might only be worth the time if it's something we could incorporate into the house budget- any ballpark- can you Accomplish something like this for 4k? 8k? I just have no idea what is reasonable to expect. Thanks again for your response- very nice!
jbenoit413 wrote:Jan 23, 2014
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islandlyfe wrote:Jun 5, 2012
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    Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove Milford by Clarke
    Space is 14 ft. x 13 1Ž2 ft.
    Counter that holds the grill is 34’ deep and 10 1Ž2 ft long
    Counter on the right is 26” deep 14 ft. long
    Counter on the left is 29” deep and 4 ft long

    Grills are available in 30”, 36”, 42”, and 54”. Side burner is available in 13”

    Space required would be based on how much adjacent counter space homeowner would like to have for prep and serving.

    Other accessory pieces that may be included in a design include:
    A single stainless steel door 18” wide.
    Double doors available in 30”. 36’, 42” and 54” widths.
    Stainless steel drawer units available 13” wide (2 drawers), 13” wide (3 drawers) or 30” wide (door and 2 drawers)
    Stainless steel single drawer 30” wide
celyse wrote:May 7, 2012
alexfalk wrote:Aug 25, 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Steven Corley Randel, Architect added this to How to Get a Built-In Outdoor GrillJan 13, 2014

    This patio is more intimate. You will want to consider scale in planning your design. Large yards can easily take sprawling configurations, and smaller spaces need to be appropriately proportioned.

    Laura Gaskill added this to Get a Jump on Summer Prep for Home and GardenMay 31, 2012

    Clean the grill. If your barbecue has been gathering dust since last year, now is the time to pull it out and give it a good scrubbing. Wash the outside with mild soap and water, and scrub the grates with a grill brush. If there is really stubborn grime on the grate, try lighting the grill and scrubbing the grate again once it's hot. And remember to use hot pads!

    Sheila Schmitz added this to Great Grill Setups Take the Party OutsideJul 4, 2011

    A chef and guest can enjoy the aroma of favorite foods grilling away in a garden setting. Friends can serve themselves from a banquet counter.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Suzanne Malenfant added this to Suzanne's ideasAug 9, 2019

    Cool built-in grill.... nice stonework

    Johnni Beckel added this to Landscaping InspirationAug 3, 2019

    I like the rock around this grill. Perhaps could use older looking material.

    HU-497247462 added this to SG Outdoor RoomsAug 1, 2019

    Something similar to this on the side of the house where the family room fireplace is?

    Nancy Lu added this to Useable ideas-BackyardJul 21, 2019

    Possible counter separate from bbq

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