ISSUE 24  |  Barn Rustic

10 Easy Pieces: Portable Outdoor Grills

June 16, 2010 10:15 AM

BY Julie Carlson

For nomadic picnickers or city dwellers with a sliver of outside space, a grill that can travel to a park or a beach (or a fire escape) is an essential.

Above: The City Boy Picnic Grill from Lumi ($240) is stylish as well as practical; Lumi will ship to the US for about $30.

Above: The classic Lodge Logic Hibachi-Style Grill is $99.99 at Amazon.

Above: The compact Eva Solo Table Grill from Danish designers Claus Jensen and Henrik Holbaek is ideal for urban outdoor spaces. The wooden base protects your outdoor table from the heat; after grilling, the bowl, rack, and insert can be put in the dishwasher for easy cleanup; $340 at Amazon.

Above: HotSpot Notebook Portable Charcoal Grill works in both open and folded-up positions; $29.99 from CSN Stores.

Above: The cast-iron Beach Side Grill is a favorite of Alice Waters; $149.95 from Sur La Table .

Above The Fire Sense HotSpot Round Yakatori Table Top Charcoal Grill is $45 from Amazon.

Above: Seasoned Cast Iron Round Hibachi Grill Amazon $99.02.

Above: The Pioneer Campfire Grill comes with a stake for positioning the unit over the coals, a hot pad, a glove, plus a carry bag; $39.97 at Amazon