If you have a patio, porch, backyard or any outdoor space, you’ve probably got a grill. It is summer, after all; hot dogs, hamburgers and steaks are all the rage. But if you’re not satisfied with your grill, or if it’s giving you trouble, you may want to invest in a new one. There are a ton of grills for sale out there and it’s hard to choose which one is for you, so we’ve got three ideas here that might suit your grillin’ needs. Check out these grills, and their accessories.
The Weber Summit S-670 Natural Gas Grill With Side-Burner & Rotisserie is a pretty slick product and will likely cover all your needs. You’ll find six stainless steel burners, one flush-mounted side burner, one sear burner, one infrared rear-mounted rotisserie burner, and a smoker burner and stainless steel smoker box. This grill also has useful handle lights that shine a light on your food if you’re cooking at night. And don’t worry about trying to get the grill started; it comes with the “Snap-Jet Individual Burner Ignition System.” The S-670 goes for about $2,500 and is available at True Value.
The Char-Broil Gourmet TRU Infrared 4-Burner Stainless Steel Gas Grill purports to make “traditional gas grills obsolete.” The grill’s unique TRU-Infrared heats food directly and contains four stainless steel tubular burners, porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grates, low grade stainless steel and painted steel construction. You’ll also find three cabinet doors leading to spacious accessory storage. You can find this slick grill for $499, exclusively at The Home Depot.
If a gas grill isn’t your thing or if you’d rather have a smaller, more mobile grill, the Weber Performer Platinum Charcoal Grill may be a good fit. With a large table attached, there’s still plenty of room to get your barbecue started. The Performer Platinum has gas powered charcoal ignition, a porcelain powder coated steel lid and fire bowl, aluminum vents and ash catcher, two aluminum charcoal baskets for indirect grilling and a removable digital timer. You can find this nice piece of hardware at True Value for around $350.