New Portable Grill Coming Soon: Weber Traveler

Exciting news in the world of portable grilling. I just learned that Weber is cooking up something big – it’s the release of a new portable grill. This is the stuff that gets me out of bed in the morning. Details are few and far between at this point, but this will be Weber’s first … Read more

Review: Weber Q1200

Weber Q1200  Rated: 4/5 stars

  • From the Weber Q1000 Series
  • 8,500 BTUs over one burner
  • Made of materials that won’t rust
  • Enough room to cook for 2 people comfortably
  • Perfect for condos, balconies or the cabin

Review: Char-Broil Portable Gas Grill

Rated: 2.5/5 stars

  • Low-cost option
  • Very portable and easy to store
  • Low marks for quality and cooking
  • 11,000 BTUs over a 187 square inch grilling surface
  • Sized for 2-4 people

Review: Smoke Hollow 205

Rated: 4/5 stars

  • Great for RVing, camping and tailgating
  • Stainless steel body and firebox
  • One 12,000 BTU burner
  • Easy to clean, easy to carry around

Review: Cuisinart All Foods CGG-200

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • High quality construction
  • Stainless steel body and burner
  • Comes with veggie grill tray
  • Perfect for patios and back yards
  • Temperatures reach over 500°

Review: Coleman RoadTrip Grill LX

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • 20,000 BTU’s total over two burners
  • Stand folds down and stores underneath the grill
  • Ideal for tailgaters, campers and picnickers
  • No wheels to transport with
  • Decent quality – will last a while

Review: Coleman RoadTrip Grill LXE

Coleman RoadTrip LXE Portable Gas Grill Rated: 4/5 stars

  • Large, 285 square inch grill surface
  • Loads of accessories available, including interchangeable cooking surfaces
  • Two independently controlled burners each boasting 10,000 BTU’s
  • Very portable – great for anyone except hikers

Review: O-Grill 3000

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • Extremely portable and easy to store
  • 9,450 BTU’s over a single burner
  • Setup takes only a few seconds
  • Easy to clean and keep clean
  • Great choice for nearly all uses
  • Will require a table or available accessory stand

Review: Cuisinart Petit Gourmet CGG-180

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • 145 square inches of grilling space makes it ideal for two people
  • 5,500 BTU’s of heat disbursed over a single burner
  • Telescopic legs fold up to bottom of grill
  • Carries like a brief case for ultimate portability
  • Priced very reasonably

Review: Weber Q 100 (Discontinued)

Rated: '.$rating.'/5 stars

  • Built for longevity with solid materials
  • The smallest grill in the Weber Q series
  • 189 square inches of grilling space and 8,500 BTU’s over a single burner
  • Great choice for condo balconies and RV’s