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Top Tailgating Grills for 2010

2 December 2009 One Comment

chicken-drumsticksWith Christmas only weeks away, it is time to start looking for the perfect gift for the tailgater in your family.  Whether you are looking to get someone started with a quality compact grill for an occasional pre-game warmup or upgrade to a trailer with multiple grills for the full tailgating experience, there are plenty of tailgate grills out there that will offer what you are looking for.

Here are a few of the better choices to consider this holiday season.  Hint: Santa loves buffalo wings.

Compact Grill

Coleman Roadtrip Party Grill – weighing in at just four pounds, the Coleman Roadtrip Party Grill is perfect for packing along on gameday.  The grill surface features enough surface area for a few burgers and dogs, so should be enough to feed a family or a couple of your buddies before the game.

The Roadtrip Party grill does include adjustable burner and a nylon bag for storage.  For the size and price, it is a solid tailgating grill.

Portable Grill

Coleman Road Trip Grill – the Road Trip Grill offers a collapsable frame, making it an ideal candidate for packing to the stadium.  This isn’t just some cheap, flimsy grill, either.  It is a 20,000 BTU open flame grill that provides a 285 square inch cooking surface.  It can use either a 16.4 ounce propane cannister or a 20-lb propane tank.  It even has two detachable side tables and pushbutton ignition.  Cleanup is easy and the grill, griddle, and drip trays can be thrown in the dishwasher for more thorough cleaning.  The Road Trip Grill is close to the ideal tailgating grill and a bargain for the price.

Grill Trailer

Party King TE-5 Multi-Grill Trailer – two full-sized, stainless steel grills, each with three burners.  Two 30 pound propane tanks.  The Party King TE-5 Tailgate Express features an all-steel, welded construction.  At only $4995, it is considerably less expensive than other trailer grills, which can often run as high as $15,000-$20,000.  It is also customizable, as they can add your own team logos for $99.

You can’t really go wrong with any of these options.  All three grills are true top-shelf choices that will get your tailgate parties off on the right foot.

Photo courtesy of Mat_the_W.

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  • Electric Grill said:

    Electric Grill…

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