Outside: Portable Grills

Grilling is one of many quintessential summer experiences, but not all of us have the space necessary for a large charcoal setup. That’s why we love these easy portable grills, perfect for city barbecues and traveling picnics. Happy summer!

Above: TheBeach-Side Grill by Sur la Table ($149.95) is pure ingenuity: The freestanding form can be adjusted to various heights and you have the option to cook over your fireplace or campfire flames.

Above: Not only is the compact Eva Solo Table Grill ($340) easy to carry, the stainless steel grid and porcelain base make it appealing to the eye.

Above: The bowl, grid and insert to the Eva Solo Table Grill are all dishwasher safe.

Above: We love the old-school look of this cast ironHibachi-Style Sportsman’s Grill by Lodge ($99.99).

Above: It’s all in the name: The stylish City Boy Picnic Grill by Lumi ($240) may be the best plus one to bring to an urban barbecue.

For more grilling inspiration, check out Remodelista’s posts 10 Easy Pieces: Portable Outdoor Grills and 10 Easy Pieces: Outdoor Charcoal Grills.









Andifix A.
Past Member about a year ago

Amazing stuff of the blogs!! That has amazed me.
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Michele Wilkinson

Thank you

Sisilie Baardsen
Sisilie B6 years ago

I really liked the Eva Solo one!

Lynn L.
Lynn L.6 years ago

Interesting. Thank you!

Spoorthi BS
Spoorthi BS6 years ago

hi everyone, please sign this petition and help

Matt K.
Matt K.6 years ago

I'm definitely getting one of these for my end of summer BBQs. Thanks!

Mary B.
Mary B6 years ago

How much money do people need to make to be able to spend that kind of money on a grill?

Lisa B.
Elizabeth B6 years ago


Annemarie W.
Annemarie L6 years ago


Laura S.
Laura S6 years ago

Weber Smokey Joe: 10020 14.5'' Smokey Joe Silver Portable Charcoal Grill with Plated steel cooking grate, Porcelain-enameled bowl and lid and One glass-reinforced nylon handle

On sale this week at K-Mart for $28.

Why would anyone spend $340, $240, or even $100 for a portable, charcoal grill? I do rather like the one at the top, only because it can go over an open fire, but the others...I don't think so.