Choosing between a gas grill and a charcoal grill is difficult — the pure taste advantage of the charcoal grill is quite tempting, but the ease of use, time factors, detailed controls, and lack of fussiness make gas grills extremely attractive for many outdoor chefs.
It is even more difficult to choose among the myriad gas grills on the market — there are a large variety of gas grills to choose from with many different features and options. It can be hard to make the right choice when shopping for a grill as there are not many ways to test them out and see how well they cook, and how well they fit the specific needs of the grill user.
With this in mind, we hope to shed some light on the options available for gas grills under $300, and look at which are the best gas grills for different situations.
There is nothing better than sitting outside with friends and family (and newly-found neighbors), drinking some suds, and cooking up some tasty food while waiting for the big game to get going. Tailgating can be extremely fun, and it can be an adventure in all sorts of weather. Fans build camaraderie, share food and stories, and make new friends before heading in to watch an exciting game.
There are a variety of factors to consider when deciding which is the best gas grill for your tailgating needs, such as the size of the grill, how small it packs down, ease of use, height of the unit, and included extra table/stand space.
In this article, we will look at several of the options in the portable gas grill market with an eye to which ones would be best suited for tailgating.