Portable Grill

Portable Grill

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Portable Grill Buyer’s Guide: Portable Grill

Our recommended portable grills are great for tailgating, camping or perfectly suited for your apartment balcony or patio area. Our BBQ grill experts have rated these grills based on value, performance, ease of mobility, appearance, durability and overall cooking flexibility. When shopping for a small portable grill, make sure to check out one of these.

  1. Cuisinart CGG-200 All-Foods 12,000-BTU Tabletop Gas Grill
  2. Camco 57305 Olympian 5500 Stainless Steel Portable Grill
  3. Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Portable Grill2Go Gas Grill
  4. Coleman RoadTrip LXX Grill
  5. Coleman Fold N Go Instastart Grill
  6. Coleman 9941-768 Road Trip Grill LX (Blue)
  7. Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE
  8. Weber 54060001 Q2200 Liquid Propane Grill
  9. George Foreman GGR50B 15-Serving Indoor/Outdoor Electric Grill, Silver
  10. Portable Charcoal Barbeque Mini Grill with Cooler and Carrybag Perfect for Camping and Tailgating by Moskus Gear
  11. Cuisinart CCG-190RB Portable Charcoal Grill, 14-Inch, Red
  12. Kingsford OGD2001901-KF Outdoor Charcoal Kettle Grill, 22.5-Inch
  13. Camp Solutions BBQ Grill, Charcoal grill, Foldable and Portable Outdoor Grill, A Perfect Gift for Barbecue Lovers
  14. Weber 10020 Smokey Joe 14-Inch Portable Grill
  15. Onlyfire Heavy Duty Adjustable Outdoor Camping Rotisserie Grill System and Spit Kit with Portable DC 3V Motor and 29 Inch Hexagon Spit Rod
  16. Nexgrill 5-Burner Delivering 62,000 BTU Total Propane Gas Grill with Powerful Side Burner
  17. Blackstone 36 inch Outdoor Flat Top Gas Grill Griddle Station - 4-burner - Propane Fueled - Restaurant Grade - Professional Quality
  18. Cuisinart CGG-180T Petit Gourmet Portable Tabletop Gas Grill, Red
  19. Grill Boss Stainless Steel Outdoor LP Gas Barbecue Grill
  20. Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE
  21. Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE
  22. Blackstone 28 inch Outdoor Flat Top Gas Grill Griddle Station - 2-burner - Propane Fueled - Restaurant Grade - Professional Quality
  23. PK Grills The Original PK Grill & Smoker, Classic Silver (PK99740)
  24. Stok Gridiron Portable Gas Grill
  25. Smoke Hollow 205 Stainless Steel, Portable TableTop Propane Gas Grill. Perfect for Camping, Tailgating, Picnics or any outdoor use. 305 sq inches of Cooking Surface 11.25"x 18.5" With warming rack
  26. Char-Broil TRU Infrared Patio Bistro 180 Portable Gas Grill
  27. Pit Boss Grills 305 sq in Stainless Steel Portable Grill
  28. Blackstone Portable Table Top Camp Griddle, Gas Grill for Outdoors, Camping, Tailgating
  29. UniFlame 15,000 BTUs LP Gas Tailgating Tailgate Grill
  30. Weber 1141001 Go-Anywhere Gas Grill
  31. Weber 51010001 Q1200 Liquid Propane Grill, Black

A portable grill is a great option for anyone who wants the ability to barbecue on the go. They are great for small family who wants to picnic in the park or at the beach.

Campers who like to pack up and head out for the weekend on a whim find them handy. Tailgaters at the big game love them!

Even those who just don’t have much space, such as a small balcony or patio should consider a portable grill.

What Should I Know About a Portable Grill?

The main benefit of a portable grill is that it’s small, which makes it easy to move and store. Many models have features such like the ability to fold its handles inside itself after you’re finished using it, making it even smaller when storing it than when it’s set up and ready to cook your mouth-watering steaks.

The majority of models on the market are fueled by propane. Due to their size and portability, fueling portable grills with natural doesn’t seem to make much sense. Fortunately, propane cylinders are readily available at many stations, hardware and home renovation stores. The most common sizes of propane tanks available for your portable grill are 14.1 oz, and a larger 16.4 oz.

These are also very small and easy to transport, but if you wanted to use a larger tank, such as a 10lb or 20lb tank, adapter hoses are quite often available so you can leave the tank on the ground while your grill sits on your table. Propane is also a fairly cheap fuel source, but the smaller the tank, the less economical it is to cook on your portable grill.

While there are other types available, such as charcoal or electric, (or propane) grills are far superior because unlike charcoal, they heat up almost instantly, and unlike electric, you don’t need to find an electrical outlet.

Points to Selecting a Perfect Portable Grill

  • Size Matters: How much room do you have for your grill, both in storage and in transport? Are you only using it in your back yard, but don’t have much storage space? Or if are you taking it with you on the road – how much room do you have in your trunk both for your portable grill and your propane tank?
  • Quality Translates to Results: Especially when it comes to shopping for grills, the adage, “You get what you pay for” definitely comes in to play here. If you want a compact BBQ that will last, you need to make sure it’s made out of high quality materials to ensure sturdy construction. While my first choice is to always look for cast iron, this material is heavier, making it more difficult to move around. Cast aluminum is a great alternative because it is lighter. I would recommend staying away from thin-walled steel, which often comes polished or enamel coated, as I find it can affect the quality of cooking on your portable grill.
  • Ease of Cleaning: Usually just by looking at the box, you can tell how elaborate the design is. If it looks like it’s a little complicated, such as a lid with sharp corners or unnecessary dimples, cleaning will be that much harder. Instead opt for a portable grill with smooth lines or a dome shape. Also make sure that it comes with a drip pan.
  • Heat: Without getting too far into what a BTU is, all you really need to know is the more BTU’s listed for a portable grill, the hotter it will get, and the quicker it can cook your food. While in a full-size grill, more BTU’s is better, it’s not as necessary in a compact version. After all, you don’t have to heat the same amount of space! Look for models that provide at least 8,000 BTU’s, but in my opinion, anything more than 20,000 BTU’s is overkill.

Your Options: Shopping for a Portable Grill

Now that you’re armed with some basic information on how to select your perfect portable grill, take a look through this site to see what’s available and which grill might work best for you.

You can visit my review page, where I give an in-depth analysis of my favorite portable grills, or see the Comparisons section to see all grills reviewed at a glance.

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