Whether you're a serious outdoor cook or you just like to host a cookout or two come summer, you need a reliable grill. These gas and propane grills are some of the best on the market, at just about every price point, so no matter what you're looking for, you (and your future barbecues!) are covered. Now all that's left to do is break out your favorite recipes.
With three burners, a 10-year all-parts warranty, and iGrill 3 smart grilling technology compatibility (aka an app-connected thermometer that helps you grill perfectly every time!), you really can't go wrong. Add stainless steel side tables and hooks for all your tools, and you're really good to go.
The most affordable of the grills on this list, this smaller 2-burner grill is perfect for smaller outdoor spaces but still packs a punch. Infrared technology helps it heat up faster and more evenly, plus it features folding side shelves to give you more prep space when you need it.
This 3-burner grill looks sleek in a black, powder-coated finish, but it also gets the job done with a stronger ignition system that features electrodes at every burner. Sturdy shelves with tool hooks make it even easier to perfect your barbecue game.
If you're looking for a more colorful option, KitchenAid has you covered. This 3-burner grill comes in green, blue, red, and slate gray or black if you prefer to keep it simpler. It features a 644.8-square-inch total cooking surface, with a 10-year warranty on the burners.
For something that feels a little more high end, this Napoleon grill is certainly an upgrade. It features interior grill lights, night-light control knobs, an instant jet-fire ignition, and an integrated cutting board and ice bucket—making it even easier to crack open a cold one while you cook! Luxurious, right?
For a bigger, but still affordably-priced grill, this 4-burner (each of which is controlled by a separate electric ignition, by the way) option from Kenmore has your back. With an extra searing side burner and a warming rack to keep already-cooked food from going cold, you have everything you need to cook up a storm.
This hand-finished, brushed stainless steel grill features U-shaped burners, a Smart Beam grill light, direct burner ignition, and a dedicated rotisserie burner. Note: This grill doesn't come with a grill cart, so you'll have to purchase one separately if you need it.
A stainless steel finish and blue-lit control knobs give this higher-end grill a sleek look, but it's the cooking power—a stainless steel burner, an infrared ProSear burner, and a dedicated rotisserie burner—that make this grill a must-have. Grill surface lights, an easy-open hood, and its seamless welded construction (no gaps for grease to get stuck in!) are just a bonus.
If you're willing to really spend for the perfect grill, this Hestan option is worth it. With halogen stadium lights, a ceramic infrared top burner, a trellis burner design that provides more (and more precise) heat coverage, and a one-push automatic ignition system, this grill is a treat. Plus, it comes in a dozen colors, including a bright sunny yellow, aqua, and a deep purple.
The most expensive option on the list, this Kalamazoo grill has it all. Two cast bronze burners, a flip-up warming rack, two side shelves, a single-hybrid grilling drawer for both wood and charcoal, ambient control panel lighting, and so much more. As with all of the brand's grills, it's hand-built to order in Kalamazoo, Michigan—and was once named "the Rolls Royce of Grills" by Forbes.
The Large Big Green Egg is the most popular size of this customer-favorite. It can cook up to 12 burgers, eight steaks, seven racks of ribs or six chickens (vertically) and can even cook a 20-pound turkey. You can head to Big Green Egg to get more info and find a dealer. Also worth noting, if you have (or buy) a Big Green Egg, you can easily buy accessories for it on Amazon.