this post for tips to help you choose. Make sure to do some comparison shopping online, as prices vary slightly from store to store.
Fuego: The Kitchn reviewed their new portable Element gas grill ($150) and reports, "It fits several burgers, a mass of kebabs, or a whole pound of asparagus in one shot without needing to revert to batches." On the downside, it heats a little unevenly.
Weber:The charcoal Smokey Joe ($35-$40) has a cooking grate that's about 14 inches in diameter (big enough for several burgers) and the lid locks down for carrying. It comes with a 10-year limited warranty.
Lodge: The Sportsman Grill ($80+) is a heavy-duty camp grill with two adjustable heights for cooking over charcoal. The design uses heavy cast iron walls to retain consistent heat, but cleaning can be a bit of a pain.
Bodum: Their charcoal Fyrkat Grill ($60) comes in four colors (black, yellow, green, and red), and it's about 15 inches in diameter — a good size for grilling vegetables or a few burgers. Made from enamel-coated steel, it's a bright, fun option.
Well Traveled Living: They make several good-looking portable grills, but their most popular model is the folding Hotspot Notebook Charcoal Grill ($25-$35). It has a grilling surface about 18 x 12 inches, and it folds flat into a depth of just one inch.
Eva Solo: The Eva Solo Table Grill ($360) is a sleek design that has a wooden trivet base. Made from porcelain, it's the most modern of the bunch, with an interior protected by a stainless steel lining that holds the charcoal briquettes.
Cobb: Their charcoal Premier Portable Grill ($150) is made of stainless steel with a dome-shaped lid and a double-walled based that "circulates heat in a convection style" for up to 3 hours. The cooking surface is on the small side, at 12 inches in diameter.
Solaire: This SOL-IR17B Portable Grill($325) is a propane model made from stainless steel. It uses an infared burner, which helps the grill to heat up super fast. With 155 square inches of cooking surface, it's one of the largest on this list. - Originally written and posted by Sarah Coffey for Apartment Therapy Marketplace Related: How To Shop for an Outdoor Grill (Image: Emma Christensen)