Since many of us are destined for a summer of socially distanced outdoor dinners with our immediate family, investing in a proper grill for unforgettable BBQs is of utmost importance. That doesn’t, however, mean that we need to go out and spend our entire stimulus check on a propane model with all the bells and whistles.
In fact, PureWow’s senior podcast producer, Matt Bogart believes this under-$200, no-frills Weber charcoal grill is all you need to have the greatest summer ever (yes, even in social isolation). We’ll let him explain.
“Call it Americana. Call it nostalgia, but it isn’t summer until you get that whiff of charcoal briquets in the air,” Bogart says, admitting than he’s a fan of charcoal over propane. “With a surface area of 22 inches, this Weber grill can comfortably cook enough food for a medium-sized family. And it’s the greatest charcoal grill you can buy for under $200. ”
We’ll interject here to add that this very grill was one of LongHorn Steakhouse Executive Chef Michael Senich’s picks for the best grills on the market. The chef is a fan of this affordable model due to its ample size and because “[i]t has a unique one-touch cleaning system for easy clean-up and comes with a 10-year warranty.”