Whether you want to use it for camping, relaxing in a park, picnics, or other suitable outdoor activities, a portable grill is an ideal accompaniment. The ability to easily transport your portable barbecue grill to any outdoor event and subsequently serve up delicious hot dogs and hamburgers, steaks and vegetables, or even a freshly caught fish, is a great treat, both for you and your family or companions.
Portable grills range from small, compact single-serve grills, to larger, family-oriented grills. Combining cost with convenience, there is a nice assortment of mid-range portable barbecue grills that should suit your needs without breaking your wallet.
Providing versatility and portability without compromising too much grilling surface area, you can find excellent portable grills for under $100.
The Lodge Logic Pre-Seasoned Sportsman’s Charcoal Grill is a sturdy cast-iron grill, rugged and quite suitable for outdoor grilling. The seasoned grill measures 17 1/4″ x 9″, providing ample grilling area for modest amounts of food.
A built-in draft door helps to regulate the heat along with adjustable height modifications, for perfect, even grilling of all your foods. The heat regulation tools also allow for heating and warming of foods or liquids, such as coffee or soup. The Lodge Logic Charcoal Grill rests on four legs, and a handle is attached to make carrying the portable grill easier.
If you prefer a propane portable grill, then try the Coleman 9922-750 Propane Grill/Stove with Instastart. Utilizing one small propane cylinder for its fuel, the Coleman Propane Grill can burn continuously for up to 4 1/2 hours, more than enough time to cook a small quantity of meals within a few days time.
The Coleman Propane Grill/Stove comes equipped with two burners, acting as both a grill and a stovetop, with adjustable and consistent cooking power for each burner. Easy to use in any sort of environment or weather, the portable grill/stove is able to grill food quickly and evenly, including large meals, and low flame setting help to keep foods and liquids warm. A surrounding steel case and cast-aluminum grill makes this unit easy to clean as well and safe from warping or rust. A folding panel also acts as a small shelf for placement of condiments or marinades.
For a unique design on portable grilling, look to the Tool Box Grill, offered in both charcoal and propane gas models. The Tool Box Grill Pro is designed to appear as a large tool box, easily portable and extremely efficient. Opening the lid reveals a very large cooking space, and closing the lid while grilling helps to produce the grilling effects of a real barbecue.
Made of 20 gauge steel, the Tool Box Grill Pro is sturdily built but surprisingly easy to handle and use. Adjustable venting helps distribute the heat better for easy cooking flexibility, and a heat shield allows the portable grill to be used on other surfaces such as wood or plastic tables. A built-in grease tray makes cleanup simple.
From Weber is the Go-Anywhere Grill, also offered in both charcoal and propane gas models to meet your needs. An easy push-button ignition system on the gas model makes the Weber Go-Anywhere Grill easy to start, and a lid and heat distribution system works to cook food evenly and effortlessly, providing perfect barbecued foods every time.
The lid of the Weber Go-Anywhere grill can also be adjusted to act as a buffer against wind and other inclement weather, keeping the large grilling area safe. The easy-to-clean unit rests upon four sturdy legs which fold up for easy portability.
The Weber Go-Anywhere Portable Grill is also perfect for individuals who wish to barbecue but don’t have the space or funds to purchase a regular size barbecue. The Weber portable grills are the least expensive on the list, but certainly just as efficient at cooking food expertly and with minimal fuss.